Spacestation Mobile launches with Ash and Powerbang

24 October 2019


North American organisation Spacestation Gaming has co-founded Spacestation Mobile with content creators Lance “Powerbang” Frisbee and Tim “Ash” Evans.

The company will house all of Spacestation Gaming’s mobile initiatives and operations, including its expansion into new mobile titles and working with mobile brands.

Spacestation Mobile launches
Screenshot via: Spacestation Gaming

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Shaun “Shonduras” McBride, Owner of Spacestation Gaming discussed the venture in a statement to Esports Insider: “You know a partnership is going to work out when it starts with a friendship. That’s how we knew this was the right move. Powerbang and Ash both view the mobile gaming space in the same way we always have at Spacestation Gaming, with a heavy emphasis on content and community! Adding their experience and creativity to what we are building was the best possible partnership any organization could ask for.”

Spacestation Mobile will work with creators, professional players, and members of the community, aiming to grow mobile esports and bring in new brands as partners and sponsors.

Shawn “Unit” Pellerin, Co-Owner and General Manager of Spacestation Gaming also discussed the move with Esports Insider: “We are excited to bring on like-minded individuals like Lance and Tim, to use their endless knowledge of the space to guide us in the right direction and push the boundaries of opportunities in the fast growing Mobile space.”

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Ash – otherwise known as Clash With Ash – is a prominent content creator in Supercell titles, namely Clash Royale and Brawl Stars. At the time of writing, he has almost 800,000 subscribers on YouTube. Powerbang, on the other hand, is perhaps best known for his videos on PUBG Mobile – amassing almost 1.4 million YouTube subscribers at the time of writing.

Powerbang explained why he entered this venture to Esports Insider: “SSG offers an amazing, well staffed organization of professionals who know how to have fun, field competitive teams in games that command attention, and create engaging content that far surpasses the quality of almost every organization out there. I’m excited to lend my industry connections in mobile, and lean on my reputation amongst players and fans to help build an absolute juggernaut in mobile esports that drives the scene forward in a way everyone can be proud of.”

Spacestation Gaming fields competitors in PUBG Mobile, Call of Duty: Mobile, and Auto Chess Mobile. It also has North American, Brazilian, and Southeast Asian rosters in Brawl Stars.

Esports Insider says: Spacestation Gaming has been an avid supporter of mobile esports for quite some time, housing teams and finding success along the way. This new venture – and bringing in two prominent mobile gaming figures to co-run it – shows just how dedicated the organisation is to mobile.