Esports talent agency and media platform Rumble Gaming has announced the signing of the North American organisation Renegades to its roster of clientele.
According to the release, the partnership will see Rumble Gaming provide the organisation with its expertise in esports talent management, team sponsorships, and consulting services.
Evan Kubes, President of Rumble Gaming, stated: “The Renegades are a premium brand with global appeal. They’ve established themselves as the prominent esports organisation in Australia and North America and we could not be more excited to work alongside them and help them expand their reach.”
Rumble Gaming is a full-service esports and media company that offers talent management, legal, and marketing services. In addition, the agency also has a fully integrated media platform and distribution network.
Back in June 2020, the agency welcomed European organisation OG Esports to its talent roster. Moreover, Rumble also partnered with Family First Sports Firm to help traditional sports athletes impact the esports and gaming markets.
Chris Roumayeh, CEO of Renegades, also commented: “We are pleased to work with Rumble Gaming to partner with brands in various categories who are looking to get in front of the esports community, and to continue growing the Renegades’ brand by competing and winning at the highest level.”
Esports Insider says: This is a solid addition to the Rumble Gaming’s talent roster. It will be interesting to see how this partnership will help Renegades grow its brand and expand its reach.
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