Ultimate Gaming League launches NFL player-owned franchises

Ultimate Gaming League launches NFL player-owned franchises

Ultimate Gaming League launches NFL player-owned franchises

The Ultimate Gaming League, a competitive league currently owned by National Football League (NFL) players is set to launch this month. The league will be powered by Antares Gaming, an organisation that produce gaming initiatives for celebrities, they will be in cooperation with Opera Event.

The league is set to hold competitions across a range of games including Call of Duty, NBA 2K, and FIFA. Four teams will compete in the first launch these teams are Da Fam Gaming, Ochocinco Gaming, 4 Brothers Gaming, and Glitxh Gaming.

CEO of Antares Gaming, Dushan Batrovic, commented in a release: “This is about building a diverse community of all ages, genders, races, and ethnicities, and opening up the broad possibilities gaming has to offer. We enable celebs to build a real connection with their fans. Sure, if you’re good at Madden or Call of Duty, come join one of our four launch teams. But that’s not all. We want the musicians, actors, comedians, and philosophers who love gaming as well. Gaming is great but it could be so much more.”

UGL’s Chief Athlete Officer and co-founder of Fam 1st Family Foundation, Josh Johnson, also commented in a release: “Da Fam is an extension of ourselves, a way to show the world what we’re all about. Just like with our foundation, Da Fam is a way for us to reach a new generation of thinkers and activists, connecting everyone together to build a better future. If you’re committed to making a better, more connected world and you’re a beast on the sticks, we want you.”

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