The Wylde esports team was founded during the COVID-19 pandemic and currently has teams competing in Rainbow Six Siege, Valorant, Rocket League and FIFA. The Dublin-based organization is represented by professional players from the UK, Ireland, Germany and France. In addition, it has recruited academic athletes and content creators in 16 countries. This reflects the global growth of esports. With new shareholder Usain BoltAs part-owner, the club plans to host a training camp in Jamaica this year.
In 2021, Wilde established an academy and organized community courses where he provided professional training for young talents, and a large number of training camps in Europe. “Wylde is on track to become one of the largest and fastest growing sports brands in the world.. In Esport, as in athletics, it is essential to inculcate that competitive and winning mindset. I look forward to working with Team Wild to help our players reach their potential, while also taking care of their physical and mental health.” Notice Bolt on Twitter.
Also with regard to its founding, Former world champion 11 timesadded: “Time to have a professional sports team. Super excited! We are building something big!”. On the other hand, the organization’s co-founder, David Cronin, noted: “Adding Usain takes Wilde to the next level. With his competitive experience and Olympic-winning mindset, his guidance will be invaluable as we continue to build professional structures to support the development of our players.”
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