Former TSM coach Woodbuck details his experiences with organization, says he was required to live at gaming house as contctor

More allegations surfaced today around TSM, the team’s CEO Andy “Reginald” Dinh, and the supposed toxic workplace being fostered within the organization. Following a detailed article published by the Washington Post’s Mikhail Klimentov, more people have revealed their experiences at the organization, including the team’s former League of Legends head coach KC “Woodbuck” Woods

On the League subreddit, Woodbuck said that he was paid an “equivalent of $42k a year” during his short tenure with the team from December 2015 to February 2016, according to his LinkedIn page, and was also an independent contctor at the time, which meant he got no benefits. Although he wasn’t a full-time employee, he said he was required to live at the team’s gaming house and was “made to feel guilty” whenever he’d take a short break from his 16-hour workday to contact his significant other.