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Blasters beat Wolves to win Lenovo Regions Rocket League tournament, representing Wales

A Rocket League team known as Blasters have won the Lenovo Regions Rocket League tournament this evening, beating Wolves in the grand final. Blasters (aka Blaster 03, representing Wales), beat Wolves Esports who were representing England in the competition. Wolves were a last-minute addition after GigaGuys dropped out. While GigaGuys forfeited their spot in the grand finals, they still received the £1,000 for winning the regional final. Overall, the tournament had a £10,000 prize pool, with Blasters receiving £3,000 for finishing first-place and Wolves taking home £1,500 in second place. Continue reading Blasters beat Wolves to win Lenovo Regions Rocket…

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University of Wolverhampton and Wolves Esports to host city’s first live esports event as new £5m Screen School launches

The University of Wolverhampton and Wolves Esports are teaming up to host the first ever live esports event in the city, as part of the launch of the university’s new £5m Screen School. Professional racing drivers from Wolves Esports will be competing on the Monza track in Italy in the first race of a five-race series. The action will take place in the Arena Theatre on September 25th 2021, where attendees will see all the action live on the big screen, meet Wolverhampton Screen School staff and students and take part in interactive activities as a taster ahead of the…

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Wolves become first football club to participate in the Honor of Kings Pro League

Premier League football club Wolves have become the first traditional football club to enter China’s King Pro League (KPL) esports tournament. Wolves parent company Fosun Sports has acquired Honor of Kings esports team Chongqing QGhappy. QGhappy will now become part of the Wolves Esports family, and change their name to Chongqing Wolves. They will continue to be the home team of South West China’s Chongqing and take part in the new season of one of the world’s top mobile esports professional leagues. Continue reading Wolves become first football club to participate in the Honor of Kings Pro League

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Evil Geniuses now valued at $255m after partnering with Wolves and receiving new investment from football club’s owners

Premier League football club Wolves have partnered with North American esports giant Evil Geniuses in a deal that will see both teams increase their reach into new geographic markets. The partnership comes off the back of Wolves parent company Fosun Sports Group investing in the Seattle-based esports organisation, valuing the team at $255m and making it the first esports team with a physical presence in North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific, according to a press release published today. Continue reading Evil Geniuses now valued at $255m after partnering with Wolves and receiving new investment from football club’s owners