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Sexual assault allegations were made against Max Bateman by streamer Krystlin  She released a statement and screenshots of texts online on her Twitter NRG founder and CEO Andy Miller announced NRG have a zero tolerance policy 

By Jack Stewart For Mailonline

Published: 11:32 GMT, 7 November 2017 | Updated: 11:34 GMT, 7 November 2017

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Maxwell 'Hotaruz' Bateman has been fired from his position as the manager for NRG Esports after sexual assault allegations were made against him on Twitter by Twitch streamer Krystlin.

Bateman joined NRG back in February this year and oversaw all team operations, including their new Overwatch League Team: San Francisco Shock.

NRG founder and CEO as well as co-owner of Sacramento Kings, announced on Twitter that NRG have a zero tolerance policy and that Bateman would no longer be working with the organisation. 

Maxwell Bateman has been fired by NRG after sexual assault allegations were released online

Maxwell Bateman has been fired by NRG after sexual assault allegations were released online

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