Legacy and Mogul join forces!

Legacy Esports has partnered with leading esports platform Mogul to create a new generation of tournaments. Mogul, which recently completed its AU$275,000 tournament series, is launching a first of its kind tournament model, where players can have a once in a lifetime opportunity and go head-to-head with professional esports players. Players from Legacy Esports, owned by the Adelaide football Club, will spearhead this tournament model competing in the popular online video game Fortnite. Kicking off in the coming weeks, Legacy players will not only play on the world’s first fully automated tournament platform for cash prizes, but their fans and members of the public will be pitted against Legacy’s top Fortnite team with tens of thousands of dollars worth of Razer laptops on the line for the victors. This partnership will be mutually beneficial for Legacy Esports and Mogul as they join forces to devise and orchestrate ongoing community engagements…

Potential | Our Legacy: Season 2 Episode 5

Switching from Top Lane to ADC, Mark ‘Praedyth’ Lewis took a big risk going into 2019, but he has impressed coach and teammates through quick learning. Learn more about his story in the new episode of Our Legacy.

Gallant | Our Legacy: Season 2 Episode 4

The episode that everyone has been waiting for. Find out how through hard work and dedication, Jungler Eldin ‘Guts’ Skenderovic returned to the Oceanic Pro League this year.

Challenge | Our Legacy: Season 2 Episode 3

In Episode 3 of Our Legacy for 2019, we go behind the scenes to find out more about some of the challenges the team has faced so far in the OPL. We also get to know our Support William ‘Crayzee’ Dobie and learn more about his story.

Promising | Our Legacy: Season 2 Episode 2

After Legacy formed a completely new team for the 2019 OPL campaign, it is all about proving themselves. In Episode 2 of Our Legacy, learn more about Top Laner Daniel ‘Papryze’ Francis and his story.

Prelude | Our Legacy: Season 2 Episode 1

Kicking off 2019 with a brand new roster, Legacy is looking to unleash their potential in the OPL. Get to know the team and go behind the scenes of their bootcamp in Episode 1 of Our Legacy.

Legacy Esports Drops Into Fortnite

Legacy Esports would like to welcome the newest additions to the club: Anthony “Valaxies” Le Jahlyn “Jahlyn” Evernden Ivaylo “Psyper” Marinov Ari “Rel” Roche Both avid content creators and fierce competitors the team will be participating individually and as teammates throughout 2019 including at this weekends Fortnite Summer Smash at the Australian Open! Head of Esports Tim Wendel said “Fortnite has been a huge force within gaming this past year and we’re excited to get involved in a new and exciting space. These guys are both entertaining as well has highly skilled. I can’t wait to see what they can do under the LGC banner!”

Samsung and Legacy Esports renew partnership

Samsung Electronics Australia has today announced the renewal of its sponsorship of Legacy Esports, one of Australia’s leading Esports organisations. The agreement positions Samsung as the team’s exclusive screen and memory partner for 2019. Equipping Legacy’s four PC gaming teams with NVMe M.2 SSDs and curved gaming monitors, Samsung will feature on the team’s 2019 game day and retail jerseys and will also be the naming rights partner of Legacy’s Esports High Performance Centre, located at the Adelaide Football Club in South Australia. “Esports is one of the most captivating and exciting fields of professional competition in Australia and is redefining how people bring together athleticism, precision, and the best forms of performance technology,” said Josh Grace, Chief Marketing Officer, Samsung Electronics Australia. “As a brand, we’re committed to supporting Australians to break barriers and achieve amazing things through our ‘Do What You Can’t’ spirit and look forward to following…

Thank you, CS:GO

    Legacy Esports would like to thank BL1TZ, Stat, Lacore, LONS and soju_j for their support and efforts as Legacy’s CS:GO team in 2018, with the team departing the organisation as Legacy takes their CS:GO strategy in a different direction in 2019. Coach Kingfisher will also be moving on after leading the team in the last few months. The team has competed in a range of tournaments this year including IEM Sydney, the ESL AU&NZ Championships, ESEA Mountain Dew League and the ESL Pro League. In 2019, Legacy will announce their new CS:GO strategy and will re-enter the game at a date that will be determined in the short term. Stay across Legacy’s website and socials in the New Year to ensure you don’t miss any of the upcoming news.    

Welcome Denian!

Legacy would like to extend a warm welcome to incoming coach James “Denian” Goddard. Goddard is a long time LoL player – former pro but most recently coached Chief Academy through the OCS into the OPL beating Tectonic in the final. Goddard will succeed Luchio Park as Legacy’s Head Coach with a focus on the development of the all-new rookie lineup. Head of Esports Tim Wendel had this to say about the new coach: “I was thoroughly impressed with what Denian was able to do with the CHF A roster. Promoting to the OPL is no small feat and I’m hoping those same skills help us to fast track the potential of our 2019 roster.” Goddard also commented: “I am extremely happy to be given this opportunity by Carbon and Legacy as a whole. I feel I helped my players reach a new milestone for themselves in my previous role,…