Vexed Gaming today announces that, after significant consideration, it will be withdrawing from the Indonesian leg of the Heartstone Masters tour. Following extensive review of the spread of the Coronavirus, the team has taken the decision that the region poses sufficient risks and so will not be participating.
‘It is a great shame that we have had to make this decision,’ commented Mark Weller, Chief Gaming Officer at Vexed. ‘However, our team wellbeing is our number one priority and on review of the potential risks we feel withdrawing from participation is the safest option. We know the organisers are keeping a close eye on this situation and are currently confident that the tournament will proceed without issue, but as we have to plan our team travel in advance, we have had to make a tough call at this time.’
‘We are sorry to disappoint our fans around the world and hope they understand and respect our decisions, However I can confirm we will still be representing the United Kingdom at the Red Bull Mobline Esports Open Global Finals in Madrid later this season, and hope to deliver our fans, supporters, and the organisers, some exciting gameplay’Back to all articles