For those unaware of the illegal dealings of one Trevor Martin (aka: TmarTn), it would be best to begin with this earlier news post. With that said, it must be noted that TmarTn also has a partial ownership in Team EnVyUs, a group of professional players with ties to Counter-Strike, League of Legends, Overwatch, and Call of Duty (to name a few).

Today, Team EnVyUs issued a statement about their current stance on TmarTn's partial ownership in the team and his roles with CSGOLotto.
July 4, 2016
Mike Rufail and Tyler Thompson
Co-Owners and Managing Partners at Team EnVyUs

Many became surprised today at the news that Trevor Martin, also known as Tmartn, is an owner of the skin lottery website CSGOLotto.com. As many of you may know, Trevor has been a low stake, minority owner of our organization for a couple years dating back to a time when our only team property was a single Call of Duty team.

Due to the amount of negative sentiment in the community regarding Trevor's involvement with CSGOLotto.com, we have decided to offer the following transparency about his involvement with the EnVy organization.

When our company was just starting to grow into a functioning business, we gave a small amount of equity to Trevor in return for his advisement and support of our video content on the YouTube network. Trevor had and still has a very successful YouTube channel and we hoped to utilize his knowledge and reach to grow our own channels. However, we did not prioritize the growth of our YouTube channels or social media channels over fielding winning teams and building a support infrastructure for our players. To this day, our organization focuses on competition first and Trevor has not made any financial contribution or investment into our company.

Even though we had little use for Trevor's services, we have always honored his small ownership stake and equity. This held true even when our company has seen monumental growth and Trevor's contribution to the company has been very minimal or completely absent.

Additionally, Trevor has never been involved in the operational or decision making process of our team or company. He is not a managing partner, does not sit on our board and has a very small, minority stake in the business that operates Team EnVyUs.

As a company and as managing partners, we have absolutely no involvement with or ties to CSGOLotto.com. Recently, a few of our CSGO players have been offered sponsorship with CSGOLotto.com among many other lottery driven or skin marketplace type web destinations on an individual basis. Our organization does not manage those relationships and have advised our players to avoid further relationships with any company that may be deemed as negligent by the vocal community.

We have always rejected lucrative offers from groups who operate unregulated marketplaces, lottery or wagering type properties and will continue to do so. At this time, we will fully cooperate with any publisher, partner or party we are engaged in business with in order to maintain this position we have dedicated ourselves to all along.

Finally, we ask that our fans and the overall esports community understand that we are approaching this situation cautiously and with care. We believe that our organization and players do not, in the slightest regard, deserve to be associated with any negative sentiment brought on by the actions of Trevor and CSGOLotto.com. Thank you for your understanding and patience while we investigate further.


Mike Rufail and Tyler Thompson
Co-Owners and Managing Partners
Team EnVyUs

One thing that Team EnVyUS needs to do is ditch TmarTn like a bad habit, and they need to do it fast.