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LEC: Excel Esports recruit Wouter Sliejjfers and Robin McCammon as CEO and CCO

LEC: Excel Esports recruit Wouter Sliejjfers and Robin McCammon as CEO and CCO

Excel Esports has pulled off a coup in recruiting Wouter Sliejjfers, former CEO of Fnatic, and Robin McCammon, former Director of Global Sports Marketing at adidas. Sleijffers joins as CEO, while McCammon takes up the role of Chief Commercial Officer.

LEC: Excel Esports recruit Wouter Sliejjfers and Robin McCammon as CEO and CCO

As the LEC 2020 season kicks off on January 24th, Excel Esports are strengthening their workforce with the recruitment of a new Chief Executive Officer and Chief Commercial Officer.

Both executives join Excel as leaders in their respective fields: McCammon brings over 20 years brand building experience to the organisation, built while at adidas, while Sleijffers is best known in esports for his time as CEO at powerhouses Fnatic.

“Excel Esports is the most beloved brand in UK esports, and I’m delighted to take up this new challenge of building the organisation into a household name on a global scale. My experience helping create one of the most established brands in the industry meant I recognised Excel’s extraordinary potential immediately, and I’m thrilled to be helping chart its course to become an international success.”

Wouter Sleijffers, Chief Executive Officer, Excel Esports.

“In Excel, the boldest British esports brand, I have found a tremendous opportunity to leverage my experience in the sport and lifestyle world to build something truly new with the team that goes beyond what’s expected of an esports organisation. I’m delighted to join the fastest growing entertainment sector with such an immensely ambitious and disruptive company, and I very much look forward to getting my teeth into establishing Excel as a world leader in the esports space.”

Robin McCammon, Chief Commercial Officer, Excel Esports.

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Twitch Rivals officially started Team Draft, their first League of Legends competition of 2020. Eight captains drafted their teams out of a pool composed of streamers and pro players to compete for $75000. Groups, standings, results — everything you need to follow the competition is in this article!



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