Dingit.tv’s long terms partners, Splyce have officially announced their entry in the Paladins esport universe. CEO and co-founder, Marty Strenczewilk, said the following about joining the league:
“Seeing a publisher, broadcast platform, and teams come together to work on the future of esports leagues is really exciting for us at Splyce. Historically, all three stakeholders operated independently for their own interests, which can restrict growth for all parties involved. By finding a structure where Hi-Rez and WESA teams and players were able to operate together, the Paladins league will be stronger. To me, this is an incredibly important step forward for the future of esports leagues.”
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WESA was founded in May 2016 and counts as its members the likes of: EnVyUS, FaZe Clan, Fnatic, G2 Esports, mousesports, Natus Vincere, Ninjas in Pyjamas, OpTic Gaming, SK Gaming, Splyce and Virtus.pro. Details of the announcement directly from the WESA’s press release are as follows:
NEW YORK CITY – August 31, 2017 – Today, WESA is announcing a new Paladins Premier League (PPL) in cooperation with Hi-Rez Studios. The inaugural season of this professional Paladins PC League will begin fall 2017 with participation of ten WESA Member teams including EnVyUS, Fnatic, G2 Esports, mouseports, Natus Vincere, Ninjas in Pyjamas, Renegades, SK Gaming, Splyce and Virtus.Pro. The PPL will be the second professional esports competition played under WESA guidance.
“Paladins has emerged as an innovative first person shooter (FPS) title and Hi-Rez has a track record of supporting endemic esports organizations and players,” said Ken Hershman, Executive Chairman and Commissioner of WESA. “For WESA, this is an important milestone as it marks our second esports title.”
We’ll be rooting for the Splyce team and looking forward to some amazing content from the events, that will be available for fans across the world on the Splyce Partner Portal on Dingit.tv.