We are happy to announce that Epsilon have today agreed to sign a Fifa Pro Clubs team, to further enhance our #EpsiFifa family!
We have signed the former Olympia team, who take part in the VPG Pro Clubs league, and are currently top of the English esports Premier division. With existing Professional football clubs already taking part in this league, we are excited about what is to come!
The team are widely respected as one of the best teams around, and we hope that we can help them progress even further to represent Epsilon at the highest level of Fifa Pro Clubs.
Here’s the squad that will be playing as Epsilon Esports Pro Clubs, and their nationalities:
They stream their matches regularly and provide highlights on Youtube.
So keep an eye on our Twitter feed for updates and information on these moving forward!
So for now please welcome the team into the Epsilon Family and follow them on their own twitter account - @EpsilonProClubs
Follow the VPG Leagues here - https://virtualprogaming.com/map
For a long time, Epsilon have watched and researched content creators to see if this is an area that can help us in promoting our brand and extending our offering to our fans and community.
It is with great pleasure that we can now announce that we have taken on board a rapidly growing and exciting Youtuber who we believe fits very much with what we want to achieve.
Liam ‘Vizeh’ Waddington is primarily a Fifa content creator, who also specialises in football related vlogs, mostly surrounding his beloved Burnley FC!
We are looking to step up our content around Fifa and see this as a really exciting step towards involving both Vizeh and our Fifa team in some progressive videos.
With lots of competitive Fifa coming over the course of the coming year, there are plenty of opportunities for content to be produced.
So, go check out Vizeh’s channel and see what his videos are about - https://www.youtube.com/user/xViseH
Also follow Vizeh on Twitter here - https://twitter.com/OfficialVizeh
Keep an eye on our twitter for more information!
With the beginning of the third season of the Gfinity Elite Series fast approaching, we have made some changes regarding our Street Fighter V roster.
We have decided to release, Linkexelo, Kojackkira, Nightcross, Atrosh and Brick as we look to rebuild our Street Fighter division for season three of the Elite Series. We wish good luck to those amazing players.
The Belgian brothers of Takamura and Keftaroz will remain on the team as they begin preparation for the upcoming season of the Capcom Pro Tour. They will be looking to improve even more, after a strong showing at several tournaments across 2017.
We will be announcing who will be competing alongside Takamura and Keftaroz in the coming weeks. Keep an eye on our Twitter account to hear the news first!
Keep showing your support for all the teams by using the #EpsiWin on social media!
After a disappointing result at CWL New Orleans, Epsi CoD are back in action this week as the first week of the CWL Global Pro League gets underway.
The squad have been drawn into Division B, where they will do battle against some of the best Call of Duty talent in the world. Joining them in the division will be the North American sides of eUnited, Evil Geniuses, FaZe Clan, Luminosity and Team Envy. They will also be joined by fellow European teams, Splyce and UNILAD.
In order to secure a spot in playoffs, the team must finish in the top four places in the division. With so many top teams, this won’t be an easy task but Dqvee & co have been practicing hard since New Orleans and are heading into the Pro League with the intention of getting into the top four.
The team certainly know what it takes to perform on the big stage and are more than capable of taking down some of the household names in the division. If they can fire on all cylinders, there’s every chance that they can surprise everyone and make the playoffs.
The CWL Global Pro League begins on January 29th and will see the eight teams from Division B begin their quest to get into the playoffs, where they will have the chance to compet for a share of $500,000 in prize money and book their place at the 2018 Call of Duty Championship.
Keep an eye on our Twitter to find out when the team are in action and don’t forget to show your support by using the #EpsiWin
This past weekend, Epsi CoD have been competing in the largest Call of Duty event in history. CWL New Orleans saw over 200 teams compete for a share of $200,000 and a heap of Pro Points. With a good placement, the squad were looking to book their place in the first stage of the Pro League.
Kicking off the tournament in Pool B, the team were unable to take down OpTic Gaming in a close series. Next up, the squad was feeling confident heading into their game against Team Envy, but another 3-0 loss would make it very tricky to make it out of the pool.
Dqvee & co were able to take a 3-1 victory over Team Vitality, meaning a win against Evil Geniuses would keep them in contention for a top two seed in the pool. Unluckily, EG were too strong and took a 3-0 win to give us a 1-3 record in the pool.
Heading into the loser’s bracket, Epsi CoD would take on InControl to secure a top 20 finish. Unfortunately, the opposition would take the series 3-1 to eliminate us in the top 24. Thankfully, fellow European team Millennium were unable to take down Enigma6, meaning that we have secured a spot in Stage 1 of the Pro League!
GG’s to all the team we played over the weekend. Remember to keep showing your support on social media by using the #EpsiWin
The pools for the upcoming CWL New Orleans event have been revealed. Epsi CoD have been placed in Pool B for the second offline event of the World War 2 season. They will be competing alongside OpTic Gaming, Team Envy and fellow Europeans Team Vitality.
After finishing in the top sixteen at CWL Dallas, a good result in New Orleans will be essential if the squad are to make it into the first stage of the CWL Pro League, which begins on the 23rd of January.
The team have been practicing hard ahead of the tournament which could make or break their season. The team definitely have the talent and could well catch the likes of Team Envy off guard and grab the victory. If they can take down one of the two North American teams in the group, they can certainly make it into the championship bracket.
CWL New Orleans begins on the 12th of January and you can begin to show your support for the team by using the #EpsiWin on social media!
We can today announce that we are to release our current Swedish CSGO roster with immediate effect.
Despite a good run at Gfinity Elite Series where the team finished 2nd, a lack of consistency in results and overall team cohesion meant that we did not see the outcomes we would have liked.
We have however, found the team a pleasure to work with and we wish them nothing but good luck in whatever they do next.
We will of course give more information on our next moves in due course.
Please keep an eye on our twitter feed for up to date information – @epsilon_esports
It is with great pleasure that we can today announce our new #EpsiFifa Coach.
We have a long held strong heritage of both scouting and nurturing the best Fifa talent, and this role is vital to this continuing.
We wanted someone with experience, personality and drive and we think we have found that person.
Please join us in welcoming Dominic ‘Mover’ Stephens to Epsilon Fifa!
Many in the Fifa scene know Mover as a long established competitive player, and now we have discussed him moving to Epsilon to oversee our existing players and many other current and upcoming activities linked with our Fifa section.
We have had many chats and meetings with Mover and we both share a common belief about what can be done and achieved from the coming season and beyond.
Mover had this to say about joining Epsilon:
“I am very proud to be joining Epsilon as the new FIFA Head coach. This was something i always wanted to do within my FIFA career, and joining Epsilon was the best place to start. I cannot wait to start working with everyone within the organisation and hopefully have an amazing 2018. I would like to thank everyone at Epsilon for having me on board and cant wait to get started.”
Keep an eye out on our Twitter for more #EpsiFifa news!
We are today delighted to announce our new link with head wear provider Rex Club.
Rex Club have a strong tradition in the world of sports, particularly with Rugby & Cricket, and now through our mutual partnership, we can bring our fans high quality head wear in a number of styles!
We will be doing much more with Rex Club as we progress and we have some exciting ideas planned.
We will also be looking for you, our #EpsiFans, to give us some ideas for designs that you’d like to see, and we will be running some kind of design competition very soon.
So for now, head over to our online shop with Rex Club and check out our caps and bobble hat, all available now!
Shop - https://www.rexclub.co.uk/collections/epsilon
This past weekend, Epsilon CoD were back in action at CWL Dallas, the opening event of the 2018 CWL season. The squad were in Pool B alongside some of the world’s best Call of Duty talent. Let’s take a look at how they got on.
Their campaign didn’t get off to the best of starts, taking an early 3-0 loss to Luminosity in their opening game. Dqvee & co responded well with a 3-0 sweep of Team Vitality to leave them with a 1-1 record in Pool B. A close game against Ground Zero ultimately went in their favour meaning a win against Team Allegiance would be essential for the team if they were to make it out of the group. Another 3-0 win ended their pool play campaign with a record of 2-2, meaning they would be placed into the loser’s bracket.
Placed into the third round of the loser’s bracket, Epsi would face Australia’s best in the form of Mindfreak. Fresh of a victory against Evil Geniuses, the Australians were in fine form and it showed. Unluckily, Epsi fell short as Mindfreak took a 3-1 victory.
GGs to the teams we played. Much to work on as the grind for CWL New Orleans begins! Remember to show your support for the team by using #EpsiWin on social media.