David Beckham Co-Launches New eSports Team

By Ben Hamill - June 27 2020

 David Beckham Co-Launches New eSports Team

The latest big star to rise in the growing world of eSports is none other than a franchise co-owned by football legend David Beckham. Guild eSports says it aims to soon compete with the leaders making name in the global booming professional video games market, and furthermore that it’s players will compete in leading title events such as FIFA, Fortnite, and Rocket League.

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Guild eSports is already deep into the process of developing local UK talent. It aims to via this education pipeline initiative provide coaching and development to players in preparation of their ultimately being able to compete in professional eSports events. In addition to player development, Guild will also start to actively scout for new talent. It will achieve this on the back of a formal deployment of an entire network of talent scouts. The aim, said Guild, is to eventually build a professional squad of players across a series of several eSports disciplines.

Carleton Curtis On Board Too

In fact, Guild’s vision is all about creating a whole new standard in eSports, says co-owner David Beckham. And it’s according to the famous footballer, all made possible by a tenacious determination living in modern-day eSports athletes. Guild eSports, said Beckham, will focus on supporting players into a successful future.

But Beckham isn’t the only big-name support enjoyed by Guild eSports. The franchise team is also in the exceptionally fortunate position to draw on the knowledge and long-time professional video gaming expertise of none other than Carleton Curtis. The guru is recognised the world over as the architect behind leagues like Overwatch and Call of Duty.

Curtis And Beckham A Mean Team

Curtis at the time of the team’s debut announcement declared the world of eSports showing no signs of slowing down. As such, said Curtis, now is an opportune time and the perfect time slot for Guild eSports to enter the market.

And that Guild is primed for success is believed to be a done deal by Curtis and Beckham. This success is practically guaranteed thanks to the franchise having built a management team that is professional as well as experienced in the booming world of competitive gaming, and it’s a pro-team Curtis says he’s proud to be a part of.

To have a professional such as David Beckham on board is a proud moment for Curtis. Beckham’s talent of especially the development of high-functioning sports teams, so concluded Curtis, is a talent that will help Guild to build only the highest class of eSports teams.

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