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eSports signs the forZe eSports Rainbow Six Siege roster

George Miller


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Reading Time: < 1 minute signs the Rainbow Six Siege roster from forZe eSports. The current players, coach and team analyst joined the club. Rainbow Six Siege becomes the fifth discipline to feature lineups

Sergey Glamazda, General Manager:

“We have watched the discipline development for a long time and looked at existing rosters from different regions. Finally, we settled on forZe eSports players: we had a mutual interest with the players, and the organization was ready to conclude a transfer deal. We have signed long-term contracts and intend to play with the good perspectives in this field. we are happy to welcome the fans of Rainbow Six Siege and will do our best to please you with victories and great content in the coming seasons.”

Sergey Ignatko, CEO of forZe eSports:

“We had been collecting this line-up since November 2018. There were reshuffles, there were changes, but in the end, months of hard training helped the team go from the 4th place of RML to the tier-1 level. When the decision was made to sell the roster, the priority was to find an organization that respected discipline as much as we did. I want to wish the players further growth and good luck in the squad”.


Welcome our new Rainbow Six Siege team:

Artem “Shokwave” Simakov

Artem “wTg” Morozov

Alan “Rask” Ali

Pavel “p4sh4” Kosenko

Pavel ” Amision” Chebatkov

Kerim “Toda” Musaev (coach)

Andrey “Andreezy” Bavian (analyst)

The first tournament for the new team will be Russian Major League Season 4, which will be held on May 23 — 24.


WePlay Ultimate Fighting League Tekken 7 Day 1 results and Photo Tour

Zoltan Tundik



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After day 1 of WePlay Ultimate Fighting League (WUFL) Season 1 Tekken 7 competition, and we have the results of Group A. 


WePlay Ultimate Fighting League Season 1 Tekken 7 Group A results.  Image: WePlay Esports

Arslan Ash, SAINT, KiraKira, and Caiper advance to the playoffs.

WUFL Season 1 features competitions in Mortal Kombat 11 (March 25–28), SOULCALIBUR VI (April 01–04), and Tekken 7 (April 08–11). The prize pool of $150,000 is divided equally between all three competitions. The event will take place at WePlay Esports Arena Kyiv, already known to the WePlay Dragon Temple audience.

Learn more about the tournament on and our social media channels: Twitter, Instagram, and Reddit.

To get additional information about the event and find exclusive content, visit the website of DashFight the, WUFL S1 main media partner, where you can find everything about the world of fighting games.

1xBet is the official global betting partner for WePlay Esports events in 2021.

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L33T Gaming named Official Gaming Chair Partner for BLAST Premier

George Miller



L33T Gaming named Official Gaming Chair Partner for BLAST Premier
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Esports tournament organiser BLAST Premier has agreed a long-term partnership with L33T Gaming to become Official Chair Partner of the Counter-Strike tournament series.

As part of the deal, L33T will provide players and talent with high-end gaming chairs across the season. The partnership will include product giveaways, collaborative content opportunities and branding across the global CS:GO tournament’s digital and physical assets.

L33T, based in Denmark, are best known for their series of innovative gaming chairs within their portfolio of gaming equipment for both the novice and more experienced or professional gamers. L33T’s quality gaming chairs will be used by talent, players and BLAST production staff throughout the partnership.

Oliver Clarke, Head of Brand Partnerships for BLAST, said: “L33T has a clear focus on creating the perfect setup for gamers of all levels. We look forward to supporting them in showcasing their gaming chair products to the global BLAST Premier community. The length of this deal highlights the growth BLAST Premier has enjoyed over the last few years and our current standing in the industry.”

Adrian Langer, Owner of L33T Gaming and Head of Marketing for Aurora & Deltaco, said: “We’re really excited to partner with BLAST Premier. Their brand is one of the strongest in the world of entertainment, creating incredible broadcasts and live shows that L33T will now be a part of. We can’t wait to see the best CS:GO players compete in our chairs when LAN events eventually return. Our vision for L33T is global expansion and this partnership is an important part of that journey.”

The L33T gaming chair (L33T E-Sport Pro Superior XL) will make their first appearance at next week’s BLAST Premier Spring Showdown (13-18 April), which will take place from BLAST’s studio in Copenhagen. Further, BLAST and L33T plan to collaborate on a co-branded gaming chair that fans will be able to purchase in the future.

BLAST Premier is a global Counter-Strike tournament series that unites all major events, offers opportunities to all regions across the globe and crowns the world champions of CS:GO. Up to 32 teams will take part in the seven BLAST Premier events this year with a combined prize pool of $2,475,000 on the line.


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Alpine officially enters esports with Alpine Esports Team: driver lineup and competition schedule revealed

George Miller



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Alpine Esports Team officially launched its 2021 campaign today to compete in the biggest virtual racing competition in the world, the F1 Esports Pro Championship. The team, in partnership with Sim racing experts Race Clutch, represent Alpine’s first official venture into virtual racing.

As the team’s official partner this year, Race Clutch will help the drivers with their training and preparation for the 2021 competition from its HQ in Limoges, France. The team’s goal is to hire and train the best Esports racers in the world to compete in the biggest virtual racing competitions.

Suiting up for the team in this year’s F1 Esports Pro Championship starting in September, will be the returning driver pairing of Nicolas Longuet and Fabrizio Donoso, who led the team to third in last year’s championship.

The drivers will be guided by the leadership of Team Principal Richard Arnaud, Race Director Robin Bondon, Performance Manager Julien Southon, Ambassador Thom “Thomb” Brouwer and Coach Samba Sy.

In addition to competing in this year’s F1 Esports Pro Championship, Alpine Esports will act as an organiser to the Alpine Esports Series due to start next month. The series will run on Assetto Corsa Competizione, the official game of the competition in a championship of six races, with various prizes available to the winners.

Laurent Rossi, Alpine Cars CEO: “We are delighted to announce the first Alpine Esports team participating in virtual competitions and championships this year. By partnering with Race Clutch, Alpine Esports Team will seek out and train the best Sim racers in the world with the ultimate goal of winning. The team have fantastic facilities and a superb line-up to make it happen. The Esports team will also continue to bridge the gap between virtual and real races, as these bridges move closer and closer each year between the two worlds. It will also learn from our Formula 1 and Alpine Racing programs. We can’t wait to see our team and our drivers compete virtually in 2021.”

Richard Arnaud – Race Clutch president & founder, Team Principal of Alpine Esports:

“The entire team at Race Clutch is proud and excited to become part of the Alpine family! Our expertise and years of experience in Sim racing will give Alpine Esports the best environment to continue to compete at the front. The goal is to win championships, with the F1 Esports Series as a first target. I believe in the team we have put together. I am sure this collaboration will increase the interest for the sport, bringing new F1 fans with us, and opening new opportunities for Alpine in the virtual world of racing. This is an exciting new journey that starts for Esports racing in France.”


Nicolas Longuet, Alpine Esports Team driver:

“I am happy to continue my career with Alpine after a successful 2020 season. For sure, after a first full campaign, now the goal is to fight for the championship and add more wins. The experience from last year will help to not repeat some mistakes. Some other teams seem stronger than last year already, but I feel confident and I am looking forward to the 2021 F1 Esports Series.”


Fabrizio Donoso, Alpine Esports Team driver:

“Considering last season, it’s great to have a chance to compete again this year. I’ve had time for myself on and off the sim. My main goal now is to focus only on performance and my driving. I am happy with the way things are going and I am looking forward to the season with the reshaped team and our new colours.”


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