Noble Esports threatens to sue its own Halo team

An esports organization is threatening to sue its ownHaloteam after the players decided they want out of their deal.

The Noble EsportsHaloteam was formed in May last year, but underwent a number of lineup changes before adding Tyler "Calm Mentality" Mozingo and Alex "Swift Kill" Ramirez in January ahead of the start of the 2016HaloWorld Championship qualification process.

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