January 17, 2022

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VALORANT: After controversy with vaccine, Onur does not receive new proposals

After a week of the vaccine controversy, the coach onur revealed that he has not yet received new proposals from teams. The Argentine was right with the LOUD, but the organization broke with Onur after he stated that he had not yet been vaccinated and complained about the vaccine passport.

On Twitter, the coach spoke about the lack of proposals: “I am a coach who, with much less resources than the rest, managed to together with his team be among the 4 best teams in the world. Now I have been “cancelled” only for opposing mandatory vaccination. To this day, I have no job offers.”

“I traveled to Brazil with a negative PCR. It was no danger to anyone. Not for me, not for others. No one can be compelled under physical or moral coercion to receive medical treatment and must be informed of the risks of the procedure. This is informed consent,” Onur continued.

The 34-year-old Argentinian was going to train the quintet led by Sacy at LOUD, but because of Onur’s statements about the mandatory vaccination, the organization backtracked and withdrew the contract. Now, the coach is out of teams for the next competitive season. At the time, Onur said he was willing to lose a job to maintain his thinking.

With the issue of vaccination on the agenda, Riot Games revealed that it will require proof of vaccination from team members to compete in VALORANT, Wild Rift and League of Legends in-person tournaments.

Onur leads KRU in the VALORANT Champions 2021 semifinal (Photo: Michal Konkol/Riot Games)

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