43rd ESI digest release covers five important stories from the world of esports, including some new encounters, launches and partnerships.
Instead of the usual leading digest Tom Daniels , multimedia content creator Esports Insider Kerry Vannenen stepped into place.
The first item on the agenda this week was the announcement that the striker " Everton » Dominic Calvert-Lewin joined the British organization Semper Fortis Esports in as his brand ambassador.
In his new role, Calvert-Lewin will promote Semper Fortis' assets, including the European Rocket League's Top Blokes team, in addition to interacting with the company's online community, creating content and hosting fan activities.
Semper Fortis Esports currently has a competitive Rocket League team called Top Blocks, which competes in the Rocket League Championship Series (RCLS).
Following this, it was announced yesterday that Calvert-Lewin would be joined by a Manchester United and England defender. Harry Maguire, who will also become a brand ambassador.
Then came the news of the appointment Esports Engine its first COO and was joined by Alfred Chuck.
In his new role, Chuck will work with the company's senior management on short and long-term projects, business strategies, and business expansion and growth plans. Before the role. Chuck served as CFO and COO IMAX Entertainment Division .
In other news, Brazilian esports organization LOUD announced her latest partnership with a fashion brand PIET, within where she will launch her own fashion division and design bespoke clothing collections.
LOUD's fashion division has launched an anniversary shirt that has been featured on its website since May 15th. New models of the collection will be announced in early June.
Guild Esports, which is co-owned David Beckham, introduced a new online esports training subscription service The Guild Academy, which will include programming for both Fortnite and Rocket League, with more titles like FIFA and VALORANT expected to be revealed later. .
The academy will be open to players aged 11 and over, and members will have access to training programs, tournaments, gameplay analysis from guild "experts", as well as peer-to-peer learning and advice.
The final story of the week was the launch of a media company Misfits Gaming Groups The Misfits Agency designed to help brands enter the gaming and esports sector and "bridge the generational audience gap" through content creation.
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