North American organisation DarkZero Esports has hired Rob Stamey as its Director of Operations.
Stamey boards DarkZero Esports after a three-year stint at fellow North American organisation Ghost Gaming, having served as its General Manager.
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In his role as Director of Operations, Stamey will responsible for driving growth for the organisation through staff recruitment, entering new game titles, increasing revenue streams, and consulting with ownership on new opportunities as they arise.
Stamey told Esports Insider: “I’m rejuvenated in the aspect of taking on a “start up” feel again when joining DarkZero Esports. I believe the foundation of the brand has massive potential that hasn’t be unlocked yet. It feels amazing to have ownership who is bullish on the future of esports, which will unlock resources that is needed to compete at the world class level.”
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Before this new venture, Stamey previously served as the COO of esports organisation Orbit from 2015 to 2016. Moving on to Ghost Gaming in January 2017, acting as one of the founding employees, he contributed to the organisation by building out programs and managing the players that it had signed.
DarkZero Esports currently fields a team in Rainbow Six Siege, competing in the eleventh season of the North American Pro League.
Esports Insider says: Stamey has done a solid job at helping to grow North American organisations in the past so there’s no reason to believe that he can’t do the same thing in his new position at DarkZero Esports. Best of luck to both parties!