We have a busy weekend for Epsilon coming up with both Dreamhack Winter and Epsi.Gears at Columbus. And what better way to celebrate, than to check out our brand new ESL Shop !
With Jersey, Hoodie and fan T Shirt available, we’re sure you’ll find something for you.
Maybe it could even be an early Christmas present ! Stock is limited, so be fast if you want to get your Epsilon item. For a limited time period, a 20% discount is available on our officiel hoodie and jersey. Do not miss out on this offer!
We are proud to announce the beginning of our collaboration with a historical football club involved in The Champions League.
This unique and innovative partnership in the eSports field will be elevated by one of our players who will represent this club in an ambassador role. The main aim of this partnership will be to gather two communities: the Epsilon Esports one and the historical football club one. We will create a bridge between eSports and sports field. In order to accomplish that, ourselves and our new partner will create regular content on our social networks.
We will announce the identity of both our partner and ambassador on the 26th October, we count on your presence to welcome this new member to the Epsilon Family.
A few months after his return to Epsilon eSports, Marvyn “Aero” Robert is leaving us for Eclypsia. He will now wear the colours of the organization for which he has been streaming for a few weeks. This arrival marked the launch of Eclypsia eSports project on FIFA.
Despite having discovered how talented he was in stream, our EpsiFIFA is in the first place a competitive player. After being adopted by the Eclypsia community, a new adventure is starting for him. He still won’t jump into the unknown as he will stay close to his ex-partner Nathan “Sneaky” Nayagom, who stay fully an Epsilon eSports player and AS Monaco ambassador, during his streaming activity.
Aero really has the respect of everyone in Epsilon Esports and he will stay a member of the family, no matter which team he will represent in the future.
Samy Bessi, Epsilon eSports vice-president had his words about this departure :
“Marvyn “Aero” Robert, young, talented and a great guy amongst FIFA17 players. I am proud to have seen him grow under our colours. I wish him and Eclypsia good luck in their new adventure in the competitive world. See you soon”
Aero was willing to share his last words under Epsilon eSports colours :
“I am leaving today Epsilon eSports after a good half season (Olympia, eLigue1) to join Eclypsia. I have spent really good moments with Epsilon eSports. A big thank you to Samy and Guillaume who has been my personal coach and helped me a lot to progress. #EpsiFamily”
Epsilon can today announce that Spencer ‘Gorilla’ Ealing will be leaving our ranks.
Spencer has been with Epsilon for 18 months and has become one of, if not THE most successful Fifa FUT players in the World over this time.
He had enjoyed success at Gfinity Play Like a Legend during his time at Excel, but after joining Epsilon, he commenced on a period of superiority on the game that few others could match. 3 consecutive Gfinity titles proved testament to a level of gameplay that was ahead of his peers. The only blip being a second place at ESWC during this period of high level play.
Spencer has been a terrific ambassador for the Epsilon brand and also for our sponsors. His recent progression into a Youtube channel has also proved successful, and goes to show that Spencer’s work ethic is superb too. Success seems to come easy to this guy!
Epsilon CEO, Greg Champagne, had this to say about Spencer:
I still remember the early days when we spotted Spencer, immediately we knew that we could develop him into the player he is today. Not only is he gifted for FIFA, but he is an extremely hardworker, which is something today you don`t meet often. We speak of him as if hes been around for ages, but we tend to forget hes 19!
On behalf of Epsilon, we wish him all the best and thank him for the titles!
Spencer had this to say about his time at Epsilon:
“After 1 and a half years with Epsilon eSports I am announcing that I will be leaving the organisation. It was a shame to finish on such a bad tournament performance and I wish I could have lifted the trophy 1 more time but it wasn’t to be. I signed with Epsilon back in September 2015 and have won numerous trophies while being with the org. I also appreciate the opportunity Epsilon have given me with being able to play FIFA professionally and to be financially stable while doing my “Hobby”, I have learnt a lot while being managed by the people that run the team and I want to say a big thank you to all the management at Epsilon, as well as the sponsors who have been a great support. Lastly, thanks to the fans that have supported me in this chapter of my career.”
We want to wish Spencer the very best of luck in whatever the future brings, and thank him for all his hard work and success during his time with #EpsiFifa.
A new adventure starts, and we can already reassure our fans that have already prepared and will soon announce the new FIFA Epsilon stars of tommorow.
2016 saw the start of a totally new relationship for Epsilon when we partnered with energy drink company Hype Energy.
Initially starting out with support for our Smite guys at SWC, and our Halo team at HWC, we quickly grew and officially became partners in May. In addition to this, Hype have also put their name to our esports academy, which currently supports our second CSGO team, and recently allowed Hampus to move into the main team as a stand in.
After a number of very successful events and link ups, both parties have now decided that the time is right to extend the deal further into 2017!
The team at Hype have been very supportive during our time with them and they are becoming more and more focused on esports, with lots of new content planned between both Epsilon & Hype.
Manu Álvarez, in charge of eSports sponsorships at Hype Energy drinks declared:
“Our first year with Epsilon eSports has been a great success. The performance of Epsilon’s rosters last year was exceptional, and we are delighted to be represented by this talented group of professionals in 2017. It has opened the door to a completely new world and to many new fans that are in love with our brand.”
Greg Champagne, Epsilon eSports Managing Director had this to say:
“We are very pleased to extend our partnership with Hype Energy drinks for another year as 2016 was an incredible experience collaborating with them. We believe 2017 will be a banner year for eSports and an extremely exciting time for both Epsilon eSports and Hype”
With so many more events planned across all the Epsilon teams in 2017, the future is looking very exciting between ourselves and Hype.
It is with pleasure that we can announce our return to Halo esports!
We had a great deal of success with our previous team, and with a period away from the game, we have now seen an opportunity to move back in with a team that we feel will do big things. With qualifiers coming up for Halo World Championships, things are about to get serious.
Without further delay, here is Epsilon Halo:
Mike ‘Snipedrone’ Juchau
Daniel ‘Doodle’ Petersen
Conor ‘VexZeus’ Scally
Kieran ‘Quad’ Rose
Coach – Dan ‘Flamez’ Young
Obviously Snipedrone has been with Epsilon before and it’s great to have him back along with this exciting team.
Doodle had this to say about the team joining Epsilon:
“After assembling a squad that has the potential to be at the top of competitive Halo in our scene, we couldn’t be happier to join forces with an organisation like Epsilon. We both share the same vision and with World Championships coming up, we have our work cut out for us. Everyone is ready, time to do work!”
The team won the first seeding event recently, and will play the second one this weekend. This will be their first tourney as an official Epsilon line up.
Please join us in welcoming the team to Epsilon eSports and wish them luck in their upcoming events.
With Epsilon CSGO participating at WESG this week, there was a position to fill in the roster.
The event means that all players on a team must be from the same nation, and as such, our current stand in Kalle, could not play.
So, with this in mind, the team and management felt this was an ideal opportunity to continue the good work started by our Hype Energy Academy, and promote Hampus ‘hampus’ Poser from Epsilon Hype.
Hampus will now take part in the biggest event of his fledgling career so far, with a massive $1.5m prize pool on the line!
The team are delighted to have him with them in China, and everybody is excited to start the action on Thursday.
Epsilon CEO, Greg Champagne had this to say about the news:
“With the nationality rule in place for WESG, it was a great opportunity to continue our player development in the Hype Academy. The team came to the conclusion that Hampus was ready to get his first shot in the biggest competition today!”
This is a natural progression of what was started with the Hype Academy, and obviously the support of our partners Hype Energy has been key in allowing the academy to start and now develop to the extent that one of those players can take his place at the top level.
We wish both Hampus and the rest of the team the very best of luck, and keep an eye on our Twitter feed for all the latest updates from China!
As we had announced a few days ago, today marks the launch of an Epsilon eSports supported YouTube channel, ‘Breaking Games’. Gaming, prestigious guests, Epsilon eSports players and renowned YouTubers will share this new project that we are announcing today!
Two central people will take care of running this YouTube channel. Chris Fait Le Show and MonsieurFun, two French YouTubers, will produce content on a regular basis aimed at the lighter side of video gaming! You will be able to see occasionally Epsilon eSports players also appearing in the videos. So we will share with you weekly entertainment where you will find both YouTuber gaming and esports professional players.
The first video of this channel, which you will see below, shows you Epsilon eSports’ new magnificent gaming house. A lot of the videos will be shot here and our players will regularly train there. Without further ado, let’s watch the first video of ‘ Breaking Games’!
As in any modern sport, the presence of a coach with players becomes almost mandatory in the different games where we have teams. That’s why we’re announcing the arrival of Sir Alex at Epsilon Esports!
A well known figure of the French FIFA scene, the man with a resonance of English management, has great experience as a coach. In fact, he likens himself to his alter ego by his sense of tactics and his ability to discover young Fifa talent. Given our commitment to the training of our young and talented players, his contribution can only be beneficial.
After discovering many players over recent years such as Daxe, Roken, Aero, Sneaky and many others, we are very pleased to welcome him to Epsilon Esports. He will find players he has already worked with, and this will greatly facilitate the setting up of his work.
His work will be focused on our French players, as this is where his experience can bring the most benefit.
The young and talented players who play under our colours can therefore benefit from the advice of an experienced coach, and we have no doubt that the effects will be visible very quickly.
Sir Alex, new coach FIFA Epsilon Esports:
“Joining Epsilon is a major milestone in my career as a FIFA coach, and I am honored but also extremely motivated to work in one of the biggest European structures and in contact with talented players that I know well. What are the goals for the upcoming season? When you sign up in an organization like Epsilon Esports it is to strive for excellence. I will also put the emphasis on tactics and the mind in order to put all the chances of our side to try to bring back at least a major title this season.”
We have been working hard on obtaining a team for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare for quite a while now.
Getting a team that we wanted to move forward with on the new game was challenging and arduous, but we can now finally reveal our new line up!
Please welcome our new Call of Duty roster:
Dave ‘Dqvee’ Davies Billy ‘Hawqeh’ Harris Ben ‘Desire’ Wright Steve ‘Vortex’ Allen
The ex-FAB team proved a massive success on Black Ops 3 with top performances throughout the season, culminating in an amazing 4th place finish at COD Champs 2016.
They are an exciting, non stop action team to watch, and we feel their style will perfectly suit the fast paced movements of Infinite Warfare.
The team has recently been at our Gaming House in Belgium, and are now travelling to Las Vegas for this weekends MLG Vegas event.
We have always had a strong heritage in Call of Duty, and we have the faith that this team can continue that history into the new season of Infinite Warfare.
Please join us in wishing the team the best of luck at MLG Las Vegas, and tune in and support the team!
We are pleased to announce that Marvyn “Aero” Robert is back with Epsilon Esports. After his departure from Wysix we had a long talk and came to the decision that it would be beneficial to everybody to work again together for the 2016-2017 season.
Aero has started this FIFA17 season very well, especially with a qualification for the French FIWC qualifier at Olympia which will happen on 20th of December. Epsilon will support him all the way in order to help him progress during this season. We are confident that Aero is able to achieve a successful season.
Marvyn “Aero” Robert said this about re-joining Epsilon Esports :
“I am really happy to come back to Epsilon Esports. This year will be full of competition and I am really motivated and ambitious to play under the Epsilon colours”
Tonight we are very proud to announce our return to Rainbow 6 Siege.
Having parted ways with our previous team, we have taken our time in selecting our next line up.
We have gone for a team that has consistently performed well over recent events and that we feel has the potential to go even further in upcoming events.
So without further ado, here’s our line up:
Thomas ‘TwBFC’ Woodhouse
Bourel ‘eMo’ Dorian
Matthew ‘Equinox’ Gallagher
Matthew ‘drake’ Dodkins
Nathan ‘SkilledNath’ Kelly
The team, previously under Infused, finished Pro League Season 1 Top 2 in EU and Top 3/4 at Worlds. They then went on to finish Pro League Season 3 in Top 4.
Indeed, they were the only non french team who played the playoff finale on LAN, and the only non french team who finished top4 in pro league.
Bourel ‘eMo’ Dorian had this to say about joining Epsilon:
“After a year of competition under Infused with great sucess, we’re extremely happy and motivated to have joined Epsilon for the upcoming events over the next year”
The team won’t have to wait long to play under the Epsilon name! Starting tomorrow is the first qualifier for the 6Invitational. Please support the team, and show them what #EpsiWorld is all about! We will keep you up to date about the different results of the team on our social media channels.
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