Gaming Whiz Calls Shkreli An E-Sports Deadbeat In NY Suit

Law360, New York (February 19, 2016, 3:19 PM EST) -- A Nevada video gaming pro on Thursday became the latest person to sue pharma bad boy and fraud suspect Martin Shkreli, alleging in Manhattan trial court that the fallen exec stiffed him out of $25,000 in e-sports coaching fees.

Noted pro gamer Rohit Nathani says in a breach-of-contract suit that Shkreli's Maelstrom Gaming LLC concern agreed to pay $30,000 to coach Shkreli's "Team Imagine," but that Shkreli has only paid $5,000 so far, via PayPal.

The suit names Maelstrom and another man, Gerard Kelly, as defendants as well. Kelly is said to co-own Maelstrom.

The suit says they agreed to pay Nathani for help...

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