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On this week's ESI Digest we treat Valkyrae and CouRage are announced as 100 thieves co-owners, Astralis Group operating on want to trade in the US market, BMW Esports start of a manga series, Jacksons LCS and PENTAKILL partnership and GRIDs investment in the amount of $ 10 million.
This edition of the ESI Digest is a partnership with RocketReel, supported by Reely.ai.
Matt & # 39; Nadeshot & # 39; Haag, CEO of 100 Thieves, has given Rachell & # 39; Valkyrae & # 39; Hofstetter and Jack & # 39; CouRage & # 39; Dunlop announced as co-owner of the brand.
Both Hofstetter and Dunlop originally joined the organization as content creators – Hofstetter in 2018 and Dunlop in 2019.
In an announcement video published on YouTube, Haag, Hofstetter and Dunlop discuss their journey with 100 thieves who property culminated with the collaboration of Valkyrae and CouRage.
The Danish esports organization Astralis Group has announced its intention to trade in the US market through a double offer on the OTCQX Best Market
According to the press release, the organization has requested im Country to get publicly listed as US investor interest in Astralis Group grows. If this proves successful, US investors can purchase Astralis Group shares. The organization has also stated that the listing is intended to increase liquidity.
BMW Esports creates manga & # 39; Heroes of Rivalry & # 39; and presents OG Esports as a new partner.
BMW Esports, the esports division of German auto company BMW has "Heroes Of Rivalry" featured a manga series with its United in Rivalry team partners.
The United in Rivalry partners of BMW Esports include Cloud 9, FNATIC, FunPlus Phoenix, G2 Esports and T1. However, the announcement also revealed that the European organization OG Esports was heralded as the latest addition.
Riot Games has announced a "global collaboration" between US-based guitar maker Jackson and the developer's virtual heavy metal band PENTAKILL.
The exact details about which activations will take place have yet to be announced. However, it is expected that the collaboration will demonstrate "the powerful performance and distinctive style of the instrument".
Esports data platform GRID has announced a $ 10 million (~ £ 7.28 million) Series A round of funding in which NFL player JuJu Smith-Schuster will invest in the company.
In addition to Smith-Schuster, "industry leaders" behind Alinea Capital, Bumble Ventures and Tar Heel Capital Pathfinder took part in the company's financing round, as did "leading investors in the gaming, iGaming and tech industries". 
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