Guild Esports, co-owned by David Beckham, has announced its global launch.
Guild Esports is based in London, Great Britain, and aims to develop a talent pipeline that represents a "traditional academy model".
According to a statement, the company requires scouts to "coach and develop the most talented players" so that it can continue operations in FIFA, Fortnite and Rocket League that must be sponsored by industry leaders. A company's branding was done by Fergus Purcell, who is perhaps best known for his work on the Palace Skate and Streetwear brand.
David Beckham said: “Throughout my career, I've been lucky enough to work with players at I have seen the passion and dedication it takes to play first-hand at this level. I know that our esports players live resolutely these days and we at Guild have the vision to set a new standard to support these players in the future. We strive to promote young talent in our education systems and aim to grow our Guild Esports team.
The latter spends £ 480,000 at 6% per share to keep the 11.7% stack. Beckham and Blue Star Capital have completed a £ 25 million investment process for Guild Esports.
"There is no sign of a slowdown in the sports environment and this is the right time for Guild Esports to enter this exciting market," said Carleton Curtis, general manager of Guild Esports.
“We have built a management team with extensive expertise and I am proud to be a co-owner of David Beckham as he has extensive professionalism and expertise in creating sports teams. Work closely with our core strategy to to build the best esport teams. “
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