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Team Heretics became one of the most popular names in Call of Duty esports in the past year, building a solid reputation for itself with its Spanish roster. A big change was impending upon the scene, however, in the form of franchising. The Spanish organisation applied to acquire one of the 12 franchise slots in...
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Atlanta Sports Council has reported the dispatch of the Atlanta Esports Alliance, a division intended to drive esports and gaming occasions to the metro Atlanta region. Atlanta Esports Alliance intends to bring "new open doors for groups, competitions, settings and esports specialist organizations and accomplices" to the area.Upon dispatch, Atlanta Esports Alliance has delegated Bas...
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Gaming hardware company Razer has committed $10 million SGD (£5.87 million) towards the development of gaming and esports in Singapore over the next 12 months. The funds will be used for supporting Singapore-based esports teams, funding Team Singapore at the Southeast Asian Games, and investing in companies that are either in Singapore or founded by Singaporeans. Logo credit:...
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Team Vitality is building its own headquarters in Paris and Team Liquid’s parent company has secured even more capital. This week in esports has been interesting, to say the least, and we’ve rounded up the biggest stories for you. We also have a twice-weekly newsletter that informs you of every significant happening in the business...
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A notable UK esports organisation, Lightning Pandas, has today announced that the team has ceased operations due to financial challenges and internal factors. Lightning Pandas launched back in 2014, founded by Michael Craddock and ShaneMcKerral. During their first spell as an organisation, they competed at the Call of Duty Championship 2014, Gfinity Pro League Ghosts Season 1, and EGL 13 Blackpool. Image Credit:...
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