Alongside The London Royal Ravens, Find Your Grind will also sponsor Rogue in Rocket League, Rainbow Six, League of Legends and Apex Legends
Esports organisation ReKTGlobal has announced its new partnership with Find Your Grind, who will sponsor their teams Rogue and London Royal Ravens.
Find Your Grind is an organisation which helps young people unlock hidden skills and potential, allowing them to find careers in unconventional areas like esports.
So far, it has produced talents such as DrLupo - who made himself known through a teaching programme that boosted young Fortnite players into an esports career, in a scheme that was partnered with ReKTGlobal.
Now, the two are formally partnering again and will look towards sponsoring Rogue in Apex Legends, Rocket League, Rainbow Six Siege and League of Legends, alongside the London Royal Ravens in Call of Duty.
They join other sponsors such as HyperX, Scuf Gaming, Kia and State Farm in sponsoring Rogue and London Royal Ravens.
The announcement also comes before its teams' biggest ever competitions, with the London Royal Ravens appearing in the Call of Duty League World Championships on August 20, and Rogue's Rocket League side heading into the Rocket League Championship Series (RLCS) Season X on August 8.
In an interview with the founder of Find Your Grind, Nick Gross, he stated: “For Find Your Grind, the Royal Ravens and Rogue sponsorships are about more than logos on jerseys and social media pages. It’s about connecting, inspiring and educating youth on esports career possibilities.
“We’re looking forward to adding more esports athletes and business pros as FYG mentors in our program, who can help legitimise gaming as a career path in the eyes of students and their parents. We also plan to produce content with the teams to work better who want to be involved in gaming.”
With ReKTGlobals leading sides competing on a global stage very soon, Find Your Grind will be looking to inspire more young gaming enthusiasts to go rogue and enter the unconventional world of esports.
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