Because he dared to speak out, he is now being fined a few thousand dollars (approximately $3,250) by his own team, eUnited, for breaching their contract, and by 343, who make the current Halo video game.
How many likes to roll back the update @Halo
— Tyler Ganza | eUnited (@Spartan) May 3, 2022
In this interview, Spartan states that he isn’t backing down from voicing his opinions and that he doesn’t care if he gets another fine for doing this interview. He has also received messages from other professional gamers agreeing with him and wishes that they would publicize their opinions as well.
Watch the entire video below!
My lord I love the game but this has to be the worst update yet. Removing things nobody asked to be removed, adding things nobody asked to be in.
This is just perplexing at this point. I truly cannot defend 343 on this one this is just a fat fucking L
— Tyler Ganza | eUnited (@Spartan) May 4, 2022
Being fined Kekw
I'd like to take this moment to apologize
To absolutely nobody. I stand by everything I've said
— Tyler Ganza | eUnited (@Spartan) May 5, 2022
Hope my fine money goes to a new employee as their sign on bonus and is someone who can fix my BR
— Tyler Ganza | eUnited (@Spartan) May 8, 2022
Paid nearly 2k for players to get to HCS Kansas City
Fined 2500 by 343 and 750 by eUnited
Fuck it we ball
Stream is live >:D
— Tyler Ganza | eUnited (@Spartan) May 11, 2022