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Predator Philippines dropped ZENPro from their roster of streaming partners after his controversial freelance editor hiring scandal.
In the viral post, ZENPro is looking for a gaming video editor who could edit videos with 1080p, 60 fps frame rate, and 50k bitrate. The online backlash stemmed from ZENPro’s shabby rate.
According to the post, ZENPro would pay 200 pesos per video for the first three videos. The rate could go higher at 300-500 pesos per video if ZENPro will like the output and the editor himself.
In their advisory, Predator Gaming cleared its position following ZENPro’s statement and sided with ‘the people and talented creatives who fight their battle to fair settlements.’
“We believe that no work is big or small,” Predator said. “As long as one puts out his or her craft and expertise, they deserve to be paid fairly.”
Predator also expressed their mindfulness of the economic and employment situation in the country in times of pandemic.
Predator reiterated: “ZENPro’s opinion on the said issue does not reflect ours.”
“We have high respect for the hardworking Filipinos and we believe that we are at a time when everyone deserves compassion and respect,” said Predator.
Predator Gaming's Statement
ZenPro was one of Rumble Royale’s talents who was known for playing Playerunknown’S Battlegrounds (PUBG) during his live stream.
He recently humbly apologized to everyone regarding his post.