Singapore, Singapore--(Newsfile Corp. - December 22, 2021) - Bleed eSports, a Singapore eSports Company, has secured a $50.8 million round of funding. The exclusive partnership grants the investment firm direct-to-consumer rights to Bleed eSports products and allows them to do limited-edition merchandise drops. The injection of funds will also allow further flexibility for Bleed to recruit and build an all-star lineup within the Asia-Pacific Region.
Figure 1: Bleed eSports Obtains $50.8M Investment From Asia Venture Capital
Bleed eSports made waves in the scene since signing Jacob "pyth" Mourujarvi, the first professional European Valorant player to relocate to Asia. The Singaporean team has been competing in various online events and currently boasts a 7-game win streak since the roster change.
Bleed eSports' Valorant roster
* Lee "LEXY" Jun Hao Xavier
* Darren "FirstLove" Mok
* Lim "lenne" You Xiang Lionel
* Derrick "Deryeon" Yee
* Jacob "pyth" Mourujärvi
* Max "maxie" Lönnström (IGL)
* Tyler "juicy" James (Loan)
While Southeast Asia has yet to win any championships, more and more surprises have come from the region. With a mix of players from Sweden and Singapore, Bleed looks to lead the way for Southeast Asia's eventual rise to prominence in the upcoming VCT 2022.
Company: Bleed eSports
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