Sources: Former NOM Valorant players still owed prize money

NOM Esports still owes its former Valorant team tournament prize money from VRL, according to anonymous sources and the coach.

Sources: Former NOM Valorant players still owed prize money

NOM Esports, an Israeli esports organization that competed in the Valorant Regional League East: Surge for two stages in 2022, still owes some of its former players money from the league’s prize pool, sources tell Dexerto.

Two sources close to the team who spoke to Dexerto, requesting anonymity, claimed the organization still owes players a percentage of the VRL prize pool, with one player allegedly owed about $370. Another player told Dexerto he is owed around $500 for his time with the team.

NOM placed first in Stage 1 of the regular season of the VRL league, finishing fourth in the playoffs, and then placed third in Stage 2. The second stage was completed on July 3, 2022.

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