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Riot Games, "We'll deal strictly with unpaid wages," the U.S. media said.


"We will continue to take stern action," said Riot Games, who imposed heavy penalties on the Galatasaray of Turkey's Champions League (TCL) for failing to pay wages. They say that it will definitely apply global league management policies.

On Wednesday (Korea time), the Riot Games delivered its position on the recent controversy over the pay arrears through Dot Isports. The problem of TCL’s overdue wages, which occurred in 2019, was serious. Many players, including Lee Chang-seok, the former mid-range liner of Galatasaray, did not receive any money, and the Riot Games banned Galatasaray from playing in the 2020 Winter season.

With Galatasaray banned, nine teams will participate in the 2020 TCL Winter season. Galatasaray's participation in TCL is expected to be decided after paying back wages. "Galatasaray's return will be re-evaluated in the future when it exceeds the standards we set," Reyt Games said in December last year.

Riot Games plans to review its global league operations policy once more and prepare for such a situation to happen again. "When each team does not comply with the league's management policy, we will be active in fixing it," said Leyt Games. "The organizers of each league, including the Riot Games and Garena, are trying to make sure that all teams have a transparent financial position.

"I'm not sure if we're going to look into the game, but we're not going to tolerate any of the league's pay arrears," which received a statement from the Riot Games.
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