Team SoloMid is an esports team founded by FIFA Coins Andy 'Reginald' Dinh when he was 17. At the time, it was merely a community website for League of Legends, which also doubled as a website for Reginald's team, before competitive League really existed.Now, Team SoloMid is the most popular
League of Legends team in North America, and they've branched out into other esports too.If a teenager who simply wanted a website for his amateur team can turn it into a multi-million dollar organisation with sponsorship from the likes of HTC, Red Bull, and Geico, imagine what a team owned by Robert Kraft could do. Kraft owns the New England Patriots NFL team, among many other things, and he has a net worth of $6.2 billion (£4.6 billion).His most recent team acquisition? The newly founded Boston Uprising Overwatch League team.
Robert Kraft owns the New England Patriots and owns the Boston Uprising Overwatch teamKraft isn't the only one to dip his finger into the esports pie either. A number of prominent American sports teams have become involved with League of Legends and Overwatch, and 17 NBA teams will be signing esports pros to take part in the upcoming NBA 2K League.With all that power, and all that money behind these esports teams and players, is it too big to fail? In the end, it will all depend on how the audience reacts.The pieces are all in place.
The players now just need to make the right moves. League of Legends: NA LCS Next year, the North American League of Legends Championship Series (NA LCS) is changing in FIFA 19 Coins a big way. Previously, your place in the league depended on how well you performed during the season.