Sharing our passion for esports
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MAD Lions is a Madrid based esports club that represents the Hispanic passion for life and for gaming. They compete at the most important leagues worldwide in games like League of Legends and Counter Strike.
13. januar 2021
Mad Lions and AOC agree to new partnership
G2 Esports is one of the leading entertainment assets in esports, bringing together some of the best competitive players in the world and biggest personalities in gaming. G2 Esports is, and has been since inception, one of the top-five most successful esports clubs in the world.
28. oktober 2019
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18. december 2019
AOC and G2 Esports stay strong together Renewed long-term collaboration
G2 Arctic is the official academy team of G2. Principally managed by Arctic Gaming in Spain and backed by G2’s established brand and memes, G2 Arctic makes sure that fans of both organizations are entertained and thrilled with their successes to come.
Gunrunners is a non-profit gaming organization operating in the Czech Republic, with a focus on computer gaming.
Svenska Elitserien is a new Counter-Strike: Global Offensive league for the Swedish minor scene. Svenska Elitserien is fronted by Counter-Strike legends Emil "HeatoN" Christensen and Tommy "Potti" Ingemarsson.
Sharks Esports is a Portuguese esports organization founded in July 2017. In March 2021, they entered VALORANT by signing Squad5.
Royal Never Give Up (RNG) is a Chinese League of Legends team that is competing in the League of Legends Pro League.
With nearly 300 members, the orKs Grand Poitiers is the largest association of gamers in France. A success due to the history of the "team" which was created 15 years ago at a time when players used to play alone at home.
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