Falcons Esports is a Saudi Arabian professional esports organization competing in CS:GO, VALORANT, Overwatch and Rocket League. Their teams have participated in major tournaments like ESL France Championship Spring 2023 and PUBG Mobile. Recently they announced former Guild Esports CEO Grant Rousseau has joined their team as Global Director of Esports Operations/European Director of Operations.
Falcons Esports, based out of Saudi Arabia, fields teams in several popular esports titles including CS:GO, Fortnite, PUBG Mobile and Rocket League. Players hailing from all around Europe and Middle East make up its team rosters. Most recently they appointed Grant Rousseau as Global Director of Esports and European Director of Operations; prior to that he worked at Splyce and OverActive Media before joining Guild Esports in June 2022.
Silent, Naomi, and Yellowflash from MSC 2022 Myanmar qualifier team have been performing impressively of late, winning their latest match against DomiNation eSports to extend their win streak to 1.
Falcons Esports is one of the premier esports teams in the Middle East. This organization’s roster of players compete in CS: GO, Fortnite, Rocket League, PUBG Mobile and Rainbow Six Siege tournaments; boasting a large following within their region and well-recognized professionalism.
This team was formed by a group of gamers looking to compete at the highest levels of esports competition. Quickly rising to prominence within their region and winning multiple tournaments quickly followed, along with expanding into new games such as Overwatch and VALORANT with multiple other teams within this organisation.
Falcons has made history at RLCS Spring Split Major by becoming the first team outside Europe and North America to advance to an upper bracket grand final. After beating SpaceStation Gaming to reach top three, they will face Version1 for a spot in the Grand Final.
Dylan Gentilcore will serve as the inaugural head coach of UW-River Falls’ varsity esports program, marking only its second WIAC member school to offer it as a varsity sport.
Falcons Esports recently inked several major sponsorship agreements. One is with Delta Airlines, who will return as an official partner after leaving 8 years prior. Wells Fargo will provide fans with branded cards and content through 2021 season as part of their partnership agreement.
Team Falcons, one of the premier teams in CS:GO, has strengthened its management. Grant Rousseau will join as Global Director of Esports and European Director of Operations – having previously worked at OverActive Media and Guild Esports.
NMCC’s Falcon Esports Team will host Gaming for a Cause, a 24-hour live video game marathon to raise funds for local organizations. This event will run from Dec 5 until noon Dec 6, and participants may donate any time during broadcast from various devices – even live!
Falcons Esports is run by experienced professionals. Competing in both Ontario Post Secondary Esports League and tournaments organized by Ontario Collegiate Recreation, its main objectives include increasing student engagement while expanding to championship level programs.
Grant Rousseau, former CEO of Splyce, recently joined a global esports organisation as its Global Director of Esports and European Director of Operations. His expertise will play an essential role in expanding CS:GO operations within Europe and MENA regions; additionally he will oversee recruitment and player development within their roster.
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