To Our Customers,

We wanted to announce a change to the upcoming season 2 in the light of the COVID-19 pandemic. I also wanted to share some of my thoughts about what we’re facing and how Militia Gaming League is responding.

Right now, our role as a consumer league/tournament provider is rapidly shifting and we are striving to make the best decisions with two goals in mind: The first is to protect our customers, employees and our families. The second is to do the best we can to serve the NBA2K community who are looking to us to deliver premium gaming content and competitive play to the gaming industry.

You are turning to us to help provide high level competitive play that allows you to compete with the best. You are turning to us to help provide a safe scam-free environment that allows you to compete for prizes. And, You are turning to us to help provide a huge platform that allows you to showcase your talent on one of the biggest stages in the community.

With these needs in mind and given our commitment to keep our employees and customers safe, we regret to inform you that we have to cancel the Militia Gaming League Pro-Am League season 2. This cancellation comes from losing part of our employees working the season 2 league due to sickness to self and families. A full refund will be provided to every team that has registered for this league coming in the next 3-5 days.

To our employees, let me start by saying this: We will not make any employees work if they arent comfortable doing so. Further, if an employee is sick or needs to care for their children home from school, we are allowing the time off.

Additionally, with our staff shortage, we will still continue to bring you high level pro-am gameplay in the form of tournaments. So be on the look out because in the upcoming days, we will be releasing information and where to sign up for this tournament.

We are in a difficult time and find ourselves in uncharted waters. My best wishes to you and your family as we navigate the days ahead together.

Christopher Craigg, Chief Executive Officer
Militia Gaming League