PSG Reveal eSports Division

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PSG Reveal eSports Division

French football club Paris Saint-Germain have revealed their eSports plans at a press conference held in Paris earlier today.

The first player revealed was two-time FIWC and 2015 ESWC FIFA champion August "Agge" Rosenmeier. Competing alongside Rosenmeir will be former Epsilon eSports player Lucas "DaXe" Cuillerier. The 16-year-old has been widely regarded as a "future star of FIFA" by fellow members of the FIFA eSports community.

Both players will be representing PSG at the upcoming FIFA Ultimate Team tournament at ESWC as part of Paris Games Week.

Along with their involvement in FIFA, PSG also announced that European League of Legends icon, Bora "YellowStar" Kim, will be the head of their eSports division.


The 5-time EU LCS champion will oversee PSG's entire eSports division and will be living amongst the new League of Legends team at their team house in Berlin. Although the roster has not been officially revealed, PSG recently acquired Team Huma's League of Legends European Challenger Series spot.

With PSG becoming the latest traditional sports teams to become involved in eSports, which teams do you think will follow? Let us know in the comments below!

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