Legacy Esports to get the edge with Razer

Legacy Esports is proud to announce its new partnership with Razer, the leading global lifestyle brand for gamers for the 2020 season. Legacy Esports will join 18 other teams as part of Team Razer, including recent ESL One: New York 2019 champions Evil Geniuses, German esports club Mousesports and professional Overwatch esports team LA Valiant. As part of the partnership, Legacy Esports players and content creators will be furnished with Razer’s latest esports peripherals, including mice, headsets and keyboards. The teams will also be invited to field-test and provide user feedback on Razer’s latest gaming equipment. Legacy Esports Head of Esports Tim Wendel said joining Razer’s global esports division is a big step for the team. “We look forward to working with Razer and using their top-tier products to take Legacy Esports to the next level,” Wendel said. “2020 is shaping up to be another massive year for us, with…

Legacy Esports unveils rebrand with new logo

Legacy Esports is proud to present the new LGC logo and branding to celebrate our five-year anniversary. From our origin as a single League of Legends team, Legacy Esports expanded into games such as Overwatch, Rocket League and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and has emerged as one of the leading esports organisations when it comes to growth and sustainability. The fifth anniversary and the turn of the decade marks a new chapter, which begins with our 2020 brand refresh. The tree with its strong roots and branches – which has always represented Legacy Esports – has been modernised in the new logo and our traditional bright green colour has been retained. Legacy Esports Head of Esports Tim Wendel said the timing was right for the new-look Legacy logo. “As we started to approach our five-year anniversary, the timing felt right to look at where we have come from and where we…

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Legacy Esports Fortnite competes in North America

Legacy Esports is pleased to announce a new international Fortnite venture. We have gathered a fantastic Australian and New Zealand Fortnite trio and supported their dreams on a mission to the USA. After re-signing Jahlyn “Jahlyn” Evernden for the next twelve months and with the addition of Chelan “zoreh” Sherman from JAM Gaming, Legacy Esports is pleased to announce that the duo with support from Parpy (Chiefs) are in New York to have some fun with Fortnite. Fortnite Season X is underway and Legacy Esports is keen for North America to encounter one of the best Fortnite Trios from Australia and New Zealand. The venture typifies what Legacy Esports stands for – providing opportunities for players to grow and to compete internationally. We wish the trio the best from down under! You can follow their journey on the following links: Jahlyn: YoutubeTwitch Twitter Zoreh:YoutubeTwitter

Optus and Legacy Esports partner

Telecommunications giant Optus has further strengthened its ties to the Adelaide Crows by agreeing to a long-term partnership with the AFL club’s esports operations. Optus will become a major partner of Legacy Esports with branding prominently displayed on the professional gaming team’s jersey and support the creation of unique and engaging content for the franchise’s digital platform. Legacy Esports, which was acquired by the Adelaide Football Club in 2017, is an established and successful esports organisation. With teams currently participating across six different games, including Fortnite, StarCraft II and the hugely popular League of Legends – with the Oceanic Pro League kicking off spilt two for 2019 this month. Crows Chief Operating Officer Nigel Smart, who oversees the esports operations, described the announcement as a significant partnership for Legacy Esports. “It is not just an important announcement for our organisation but also the industry more broadly in this country, and…

Hearthstone player FroStee joins Legacy Esports

Legacy Esports would like to welcome Hearthstone player Dylan ‘FroStee’ O’Mallon to the Club. It is the first time Legacy Esports has entered Hearthstone, with Head of Esports Tim Wendel saying “I’m excited to have been able to add another international level talent to the club. I look forward to seeing how FroStee goes in Grandmasters!” O’Mallon is the only representative from Australia competing in the Asia-Pacific divison of the Hearthstone GrandMasters. It is the premier league of Hearthstone, featuring the world’s best players and a $500,000 prize pool. O’Mallon was chosen to represent Australia in the exclusive league based on a range of factors. He will now represent Legacy Esports on the world stage. The league is broadcasted on Twitch every Friday, Saturday and Sunday night. “I’m happy to join Legacy Esports and look forward to the amazing possibilities that will come throughout the year”, O’Mallon said following the…

Legacy Esports launches Fortnite: Pros vs Public with Mogul

Legacy Esports is launching an exciting, new Fortnite: Public vs Pros tournament in partnership with Mogul. Each week, members of the public can be pitted against professional Legacy Esports players to test their Fortnite skills and see if they too have what it takes to go pro. As well as taking part in this once in a lifetime opportunity, there is a Razer laptop and Razer Silver on the line for the victors. Registrations for this free tournament series are now open and consist of five weekly qualifier rounds on Thursday evenings, kicking off on Thursday, May 30. Register here. The top ten players from each qualifier, decided on points, will take their place in the final event on Thursday, July 4. Each week, Legacy Esports Fortnite players will also compete in the matches and engage with their fans through the Mogul’s tournament platform. Legacy Esports Chief Operating Officer, Nigel…