Esports promoter Gfinity has announced that Epsilon Esports is the eighth and final team to be joining its Elite Series tournament this summer, a tournament that was announced alongside the Challenger Series in March.
The tournament will start on July 7 and will see teams take to London's Gfinity arena where they'll play Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Street Fighter V, and Rocket League, and Epsilon Esports' competition will include Team EnVyUs, Infused, and more.
Neville Upton, CEO of Gfinity plc, said: "We're extremely pleased to be able to confirm Epsilon Esports to our Elite Series line up. The organisation brings some exceptionally talented players to the tournament and highlights the credentials of the Elite Series in our inaugural season. We're now looking to July where we will be able to finally bring this thrilling spectacle to audiences across the world and teams like Epsilon Esports are a huge part of what will make this special."
Gregory Champagne, Team Founder and Owner of Epsilon Esports, added: "We are extremely excited to get under way with the Elite Series. It is an incredible opportunity for us to develop the next wave of talented esports athletes and grow the profile of Epsilon Esports globally."