Code Red Esports expands offering to cover influencer representation
Code Red Esports is stepping into the world of gaming and esports influencers.
The esports agency already represents a number of influencers but will be adding a number of new clients to its ranks in the near future.
As per the announcement, this move into representing influencers supplements the agency’s existing work and it has “already secured significant commercial partnerships” for the influencers whom it represents.
The agency predominantly represents on-screen talent, including the likes of Toby “TobiWan” Dawson, Frankie Ward, Callum “Shogun” Keir, Cameron Davis, David “Mustache Dave” Meyer, Matt Andrews, and Ramesh “r2k” Singh. It also represents esports athletes such as Owen “smooya” Butterfield, Jim “Jeemzz” Eliassen, Ludvik “Aitzy” Jahnsen, and Daniel “Hayz” Heaysman”.
Paul “Redeye” Chaloner, Managing Director of Code Red Esports commented in a statement: “Code Red’s ethos has always been to offer first class representation to the talent we represent and to help brands engage authentically with the esports and gaming audience. Our influencer marketing proposition perfectly marries these two goals, giving companies access to innovative ideas combined with some of the best gaming influencers.”
Some of the influencers already signed to Code Red Esports include Henry “HenryG” Greer, Matthew “Sadokist” Trivett and Maro “SprEEEzy” Miličević, Aamir “Cyanide” Thacker, and Kristopher “Edberg” Edberg.
Esports Insider says: Code Red Esports is fighting the good fight in the industry – ensuring that players and talent are treated correctly and get work that suits them to the tee – so we’re glad to see the agency expand its horizons to help support influencers in gaming and esports.