I am now a manger of Teknicity eSports and admin of their SC2 division. We are looking to expand in to the growing Australian StarCraft 2 scene by recruit one or two players from Australia who can represent the team effectively and professionally at both online and offline events. We offer a wide range of sponsor benefits such as; Thermaltake eSports, Gunnar Optiks, uniform and POSSIBLE funding for interstate events. ACL Melbourne is on the horizon and we are keen to pick up a player for the event.
If you are interested and a very dedicated player, please send us an application including your current league, a bit about yourself and your involvement with eSports and previous achievements.
Please PM me to apply or talk to me on skype (maxim.allen)
Why not look to pick up, 1-2 real top players (For the funding) then have ~4 others who are around masters or so to complement the team so that you can join team leagues.
An A-team and B-team can work also (A-team players get the gear and flights etc, B-team players play in team leagues and act as practice partners that the A-team players can safely test steroids on ... i mean builds ... for tournaments)
They aren't mentioned as a sponsor of the team anywhere on the website, am I missing something here?
^ Ya, and I'm pretty sure all your sponsors don't provide Teknicity with funding.
Tecmasters sponsor over 10 teams in estimation (and GTEsports) and have little income as a company, therefore I can only assume they offer discounts.
GamersUniform have only major "basepartners" and anyone under their sponsorship receive up to 30% off.
"Gamersuniform is not supporting teams with money, but gives huge discount up to 30% to their collection and services. " - Spawnsor.net
KontrolFreek - only discounts and if properly sponsored, I assume products - if it was funding it would surely go back into the console teams. Tecknicity isn't at their top-tier sponsorship level (MLG etc) so i doubt you would get a big backing from them.
I'm not sure about Gunnar, I haven't been able to contact them - so i don't know what they offer. Most console teams have used their affiliate program to associate themselves with Gunnar, I can't tell if its in Teknicity's case but yeah...
I'm not here to bash Teknicity Esports, I just want to make sure the players know what they're getting into. Please correct anything I have said if I'm in the wrong.
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