Fierce PC Ltd is entering the esports industry with a new UK-based organisation called Fierce Esports.
The company is joining the competitive scene, starting with a Counter-Strike: Global Offensive roster. The line-up includes Jack “Kpiz” Pragnell, Tautvydas “Hype” Paldavicius, Faizan “FzaN” Ali, Emin “Em1n” Majrbekov, and Ardis “Ardiis” Svarenieks.
Jack “Kpiz” Pragnell, team captain said: “After going back to the old mix-team name ROYALS whilst searching for the right home, we are confident in our new partnership with Fierce Esports! They’ve already in the short time we’ve been speaking, have shown the utmost professionalism towards us while always having our best interest in mind.”
Fierce Esports is competing for the first time at the Insomnia 63’s UK Masters CS:GO Open where they will fight for a piece of the £30,000 prize pool. The team is receiving support from important companies like ASUS ROG UK, Bullguard, AOC Gaming, and jerseys provided by Arma Centrum.
Jon Carter, Managing Director of Fierce PC said: “I’ve always wanted to get more involved with the Esports scene, something more than just being a sponsor. Which is why I’m extremely excited to launch our very own Esports organisation; Fierce Esports! We couldn’t have a better team to kick-start our journey into the industry and are very much looking forward to seeing how they perform at I63.”
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is only the beginning for Fierce Esports. The organisation plans to expand to other titles like PUBG, League of Legends, Call of Duty, Fortnite, Rocket League and much more.
In the meanwhile, the new roster can be found at different events throughout the year as well as online tournaments.
Esports Insider says: It’s not very often that a new organisation enters the scene with such a strong plan. Fierce PC is showing its commitment with a well-structured roster and the right sponsors. This is one of the new organisations to watch this year.