I cant call myself an expert, but from my understanding Bhante Sujato's view is at odds with most Buddhists. Bhante Sujato view on kamma is similar to that found commonly in the views of modern western secular Buddhists (who tend to think of traditional kamma view, heaven and hell, hungry ghosts, king yama and whatnot as Asian superstitions that were inserted into the "real" Buddhism later on, thus my comment earlier), so its not like he made it up out of nowhere. I am not familiar with his credentials as a Buddhist teacher other than his work setting up suttacentral and translating a large portion of the texts.
"Do not have blind faith, but also no blind criticism" - the 14th Dalai Lama
"At Varanasi, in the Deer Park at Isipatana, the Blessed One has set in motion the unexcelled Wheel of Dhamma that cannot be stopped by brahmins, devas, Maras, Brahmas or anyone in the cosmos." -Dhammacakkappavattana Sutta
"Go forth, monks, for the good of the many, for the happiness of the many, out of compassion for the world, for the welfare, the good and the happiness of gods and men. Let no two of you go in the same direction." - First Khandhaka, Chapter 11, Vinaya.