London (United Kingdom), August 1st – ESL UK is pleased to announce that after an extensive search to find the best candidate to drive forward the United Kingdom eSports scene, Peter "ptER" Mather, former lead editor and journalist for www.tek-9.org, will be joining ESL UK’s dedicated team as the UK Community Manager.
James Dean, Managing Director of ESL UK:
“We are extremely excited by the addition to our team; we had a fantastic response for the position and it proved a tough decision – we would’ve hired most who applied if we only could!”
Chris Elt, Sales Director of ESL UK:
“Peter stood out of the crowd with his excellent attitude towards eSports and his dedication to existing eSports communities. We could not have found a better person for the role.”
Peter will be heading up the entire UK division of the Electronic Sports League, aiming to expand the professional platform into the UK, facilitating the competitive eSports scene within the relatively under-resourced region.
Peter Mather, new Community Manager of ESL UK:
“I am thrilled to have been chosen to mold and develop the eSports scene within the UK. There are many obstacles to overcome, challenges to conquer and illusions to shatter before we start to create a new branch of UK eSports, but I feel that our team have the perfect tool set to create something truly exhilarating for every level of the community.”
During his time within the world of eSports Peter has worked closely with event organisers to grow and expand tournaments at offline events across the UK, establish community hubs and assisted with the promotion of the streamGASM brand. Throughout all this he worked tirelessly for Heaven Media, where he resided until being appointed the ESL UK Community Manager. Peter will begin his duties with immediate effect.
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