Gfinity has today announced the return of Reason Gaming in partnership with Dream Team Gaming for the fourth season of the Elite Series.
Reason returns after a one season absence following the organisations prior success. As part of the agreement, Dream Team Gaming has signed an exclusive partnership that will see the media company take sole responsibility for the FIFA 19 team. The Elite Series gets back underway on Friday, October 26th at the company’s Esports Arena in Fulham, London and will continue to be live streamed on Facebook.
Dream Team Gaming is well known for FIFA content and has a strong roster of professionals that will be looking to make their mark on an already competitive field in the Gfinity Elite Series.
Reason Gaming won the Rocket League part of the Elite Series Season 2, in no small part because of their esteemed mentor and coach Michael “Duck” Moriarty. Reports suggest that Moriarty will not return to the Elite Series this time around, however.
Talal Musa, Dream Team Gaming Team Manager, said: “When Dream Team Gaming heard about the opportunity to partner with Reason, it was an absolute no brainer.
“These guys are determined to come back stronger than ever and make no mistake, they’ll be pulling no punches. Rest assured, by the end of the Elite Series, Reason will be firmly back on the map and DTG will be a serious competitor.”
Adam Heath, Founder & Team Manager, Reason Gaming commented: “It is great to be back for Season 4 of the Gfinity Elite Series. I am excited about reuniting with a mixture of our SFV players from Season 1 and 2, as well as welcoming all our new additions across all three gaming titles including our partners at Dream Team Gaming. With the season kicking off in just a few days spirits are high in the Reason camp and I can’t wait to cheer our players on once again.”
Bryan Healy, Head of Global Client Services, Gfinity added: “We’re delighted to have Reason Gaming returning to the Elite Series. Their collaboration with Dream Team Gaming, who specialises in creating bespoke FIFA content to their legion of UK fans, is an exciting proposition and we look forward to welcoming them to the Gfinity Arena. Coupled with Manchester City joining forces with Epsilon Esports earlier in the year and the announcement of the ePremier League, this is big news for esports and highlights the growing convergence between real and digital sports.”
Esports Insider says: Guess who’s back? Back again? Reason’s back. Tell a friend. Gfinity Elite Series competitors – watch out, Reason are back in town and they’re no strangers to winning trophies. One would assume the local Spoons will be delighted upon seeing Heath’s return, too.