Bad Moon Talent finds Director of Partnerships in Reed Trimble

Esports talent agency Bad Moon Talent has appointed Reed Trimble as its Director of Partnerships.

The role will see Trimble source and develop partnerships and sponsorships for the agency’s clients, among other responsibilities.

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Photo via: Reed Trimble

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Bad Moon Talent’s appointment of Trimble will also see him consult for the agency’s clients, focusing on sales, sponsorship, merchandise, and other potential revenue streams. He will produce sponsorship proposals, secure deals for clients with live streaming platforms, and lead contract negotiations when it comes to brand deals and sales.

Trimble spoke to Esports Insider about his new venture: “Working with Andrew and Brice is a dream come true. Both these guys have paved the way for what esports is today and share a lot of the same core values when it comes to talent management. I am most excited to service our clients to the best of my ability and showcase the value of an esports professional, host, influencer, and so on, to brands.”

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Throughout his career, Trimble has occupied positions at the likes of Officialize Media, Billy Clark Creative Management, Rumble Gaming, and IGNT Consulting.

At the time of writing, Bad Moon Talent mostly represents talent and players in Call of Duty – including Alec “Arcitys” Sanderson, Joe “MerK” DeLuca, Clint “Maven” Evans, Ian “Enable” Wyatt, and Jordan “JKap” Kaplan. It also represents figures outside of Call of Duty, such as Katie Bedford, Mitch “Uber” Leslie, Marissa Roberto, Matt “Mr. X” Morello, and Melissa “TheBestTaco” Posada.

Esports Insider says: Bad Moon Talent wasted little time in bringing in some big names when it announced its launch in September and this seems like a good move in ensuring that its clients secure lucrative deals. This is a big opportunity for Trimble and potentially for all of the agency’s clients, too.