Apex Team Moist Reason for Denial By US Immigration

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Moist Esports finds itself amid a rough chapter as the fate of its mostly Australian Apex Legends roster remains uncertain. Following our previous report detailing the release of their Apex lineup comprising Emtee, Gild, and Wxltzy due to visa issues ahead of the ALGS LAN, new revelations have surfaced, shedding light on the intricacies of their visa denial.

In a recent stream, Wxltzy and Emtee disclosed that their visa applications may have been rejected due to a perceived lack of evidence showcasing their skill in the game. The denial cited a failure to adequately demonstrate why they were deserving of entry into the United States, leaving the community pondering the complexities surrounding esports athletes’ visa processes.

This reasoning is bizarre when you look at how well this roster has performed in the North American pro league during Split 1, placing 2nd overall only behind DarkZero.

This turn of events adds another layer of complexity to an already convoluted situation. Moist Esports, like many organizations, faces the challenge of navigating bureaucratic hurdles in securing visas for its players, a process exacerbated by the unique nature of esports and its recognition as a legitimate profession.

As speculation mounts and questions linger about the future of Moist Esports’ Apex Legends division, the community eagerly awaits updates on the organization’s next steps. Many believe they will remain silent due to intricate legal reasons. As the saga unfolds, one thing remains certain: the resilience and adaptability of esports organizations in the face of adversity continue to be put to the test.

Stay tuned as we monitor developments and provide further updates on Moist Esports and the players.

Lumpy https://twitter.com/Lumpyish

My name is Austin, also known as Lumpy. I am a involved in all things Apex and ALGS.

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