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eUnited set to be acquired by Backstageplay

first_imgNorth American organisation eUnited entered into a merger agreement with Backstageplay Inc. on June 16th.The deal would see United eSports Inc. acquired by Backstageplay through the merger.Photo via: eUnitedRELATED: FaZe Clan shakes things up with CTRL investmentShould the agreement come into fruition, Backstageplay would operate eUnited as normal while utilising its pre-existing software and intellectual property to expand the organisation.Prior to the merger’s completion, Backstageplay will undertake a capital reorganisation that creates both common shares and a “new class of voting shares.” eUnited’s shareholders will also restructure in a way that sees them own their stake in the organisation through a holding company. Once the merger is complete, the holding company will own 40 percent of the voting shares in the newly-formed merged entity – according to a release.RELATED: Luckbox raises $3.8M CAD ahead of public listingBackstageplay describes itself as a “unique gamification platform” that combines gaming with “artists, their music, virtual goods and their fans.” It’s said to enable artists to interact with fans and reward them with prizes that “money can’t buy.”eUnited currently competes in Rainbow Six Siege, Rocket League, Super Smash Bros., and SMITE.Esports Insider says: eUnited has found success in the past through titles such as Call of Duty, and while it may not own a big franchise, it’s still popular and does good work in its chosen games. It’s seemingly hard to survive in esports without major backing when you’re an organisation with aspirations of expansion, this could be a major catalyst for growth in the organisation should it go smoothly. 10 Sec ESI London – Franchised leagues in esports. CARMAC vs lurppis NextStay ESI London – Franchised leagues in esports. CARMAC vs lurppisNOW PLAYINGThis year in esports- Investments, sponsorships and deals in 2019NOW PLAYINGTEAMS wins The Clutch DigitalNOW PLAYINGHector ‘H3CZ’ Rodriguez – ESI Hall of Fame Inductee 2019NOW PLAYINGESI Hall of Fame 2019 – #ESIHOFNOW PLAYINGMarcus ‘djWHEAT’ Graham – ESI Hall of Fame Inductee 2019NOW PLAYINGHeather ‘sapphiRe’ Garozzo – ESI Hall of Fame Inductee 2019NOW PLAYINGESI London 2019NOW PLAYINGThe best MMOs in 2020NOW PLAYING Arrow Left #1 Icon Created with Sketch. Arrow right #1 Icon Created with Sketch.last_img read more

Tuks coach calls for swimmers to be cleared for training

first_imgSouth Africa’s top swimmers will need to return to the pool soon, according to Tuks head coach Rocco Meiring, if they are to regain their best form in the build-up to next year’s Tokyo Olympics.With the national lockdown having restricted swimmers to dryland training for the last eight weeks, Commonwealth Games 200m breaststroke finalist Kaylene Corbett was struggling with hip and knee injuries, TuksSport confirmed.“When the lockdown started, she continued to give 100% when training,but it was on land and she ended up paying for it,” Meiring said of Corbett, who had qualified for the 2020 Tokyo Games before it was postponed by a year.“It is going to take time for her to fully recover and regain confidence in her body’s abilities.”Meanwhile, World Championships 200m breaststroke silver medallist Tatjana Schoenmaker was battling to stay motivated with no return to competition in sight.“You don’t need to be a rocket scientist to realise it is going to have a severe impact on her performance,” Meiring said.“I don’t even want to contemplate what will happen if another four to six weeks elapse before she is allowed to swim.”While government was expected to lift some lockdown restrictions in July, athletes had not yet been given the green light to return to full outdoor training.Meiring, however, felt the nation’s elite competitors would need to be given some leeway if they were expected to perform well at the Tokyo Games.“We need to be bold, brave and daring for our athletes, not desert them and leave them in a hole that they cannot climb out on their own,” he said.For more news your way, download The Citizen’s app for iOS and Android.last_img read more

Long road to BMX track

first_imgBy Bonny Burrows Cockatoo’s BMX riders may end up waiting for a decade for their cycling track. Cardinia Shire Council…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.last_img

Open heart and open home

first_imgBy Cam Lucadou-Wells Mick Morland, OAM, – Casey’s two-time-mayor with the iconic moustache – has been remembered as more than…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.last_img