Project Esports – Tfue v FaZe Clan, NCAA says “No” and Geguri on Time Magazine

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On this week’s episode of Project Esports, Andrew, and Dylan are joined by special guest Aaron T.M. (Content Lead of Upcomer.com). The guys kicked off the episode talking the huge drama surrounding Tfue suing Faze Clan, which could have huge ramifications for contract law in esports going forward. Then they recap the MSI finals of G2 vs. Team Liquid. Then Dylan gets to Pop Off about collegiate esports when they go into the NCAA saying ““no” to esports and Riot starting to form a stand-alone Collegiate LoL advisory board. Aaron gets us hyped about 100 Thieves new merch line selling out, with Andrew backing it up. Then we get new that Time is giving a feature to Shanghai Dragon;’s Geguri for Next Generation Leader. Then the guys close the show with an update for the Rick Fox, Echo Fox story.

Project Esports is Popped Off!’s weekly esports podcast where the group talks about all things the biggest topics and news stories in esports. The podcast is live streamed on Popped Off’s Twitch channel every Monday at 6:30pm EST and cover the previous week’s news.

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Articles discussed:
Fortnite player Tfue suing FaZe Clan – ESPN
Geguri makes Time magazine’s Next Generation Leaders list – Liz Richardson
Complexity Gaming partners with MillerCoors – Cale Michael

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