North Esports has appointed Graham Pitt as the Head of its Esport Operations. He was the Tournament Director at ESL before he joined RFRSH Entertainment as Director of Esport operations.
North also says farewell to Jonas Svendsen, who is pursuing a business position in EPIC Games, the company behind Fortnite.
“Thanks is a tiny word to the great people I have had the chance to meet and work within Esports, and I am so grateful that I got to experience the competitive side of gaming once again,” Jonas Svendsen said.
“We want to thank Jonas for his hard work and passion for North, and we wish him the best of luck in one of the most successful companies in the gaming sphere,” North CEO Christopher Håkonsson said.
“We’re looking to establish a permanent sporting team consisting of Graham Pitt and a dedicated professional from the absolute elite, who will be an integral part of the player’s daily routine. As we go forward, North should compete among the top teams in all esport titles that we compete in,” Christopher Håkonsson added.
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