React Gaming Group Inc. has provided us with an update on Parabellum Esports, its wholly-owned subsidiary acquired last February. In its first year as a professional team, Parabellum’s men’s team has progressed well, currently ranking in sixth place as of stage 2 in the Rainbow 6 North American League.
Meanwhile, Parabellum’s women’s team, based in Brazil, has been equally successful, having finished in the top-4 in its most recent tournament, Ela Faz o Game. The team is currently competing in the Circuito Feminino 2022 league, and is battling as we speak in the stage 4 playoffs.
Thanks to both teams’ solid starts, Parabellum Esports has quickly attracted its first paid sponsorship with Shakepay, a Canadian technology company making their first foray into the world of competitive gaming.
“Over the last year and with our first entry into the professional ranks, things have been moving fast and progressing well for our teams,” said Chris Lamarucciola, Co-Founder and CEO of Parabellum Esports. “We’re very pleased with the growing interest we see in our brand from gamers, fans and sponsors alike, and we’re thrilled to have Shakepay supporting us as our first sponsor.”
(All information was provided by GlobeNewswire)