Known for representing the most skilful and dedicated professional esports players and content creators across all leading digital platforms in North America, Evolved Talent Agency has expanded into the Oceanic region with an office in Australia.
The new office will be headed by Cam Rogers and Mathew Brand. Cam has a background in talent management and is the principal of Cam Rogers Legal, an Australian law firm specialising in digital entertainment, including video game development and esports. Mathew, who also works at Cam Rogers Legal, is known in the esports industry as “Judge” and is a professional shoutcaster and previous host of The Esports Show.
“Esports in Australia and the Oceanic region in general is growing faster than we can keep up with. After speaking with many stakeholders within the Australian esports community, it was clear that Cam Rogers and Mathew Brand not only know and understand the industry, but have the same passion for helping people and fighting for players’ rights that Evolved was founded on.” – Ryan Morrison, Chief Executive Officer & Co-Founder, Evolved Talent Agency
With ESL ’s Intel Extreme Masters (IEM) Sydney 2018 clocking 13.5 million unique viewers across May 4-6; an increase of 75% compared to IEM Sydney 2017, and Gfinity Australia seeing recent success, partnering their Elite Series with brands such as Dell, Hoyts Cinemas and Dare Iced Coffee. The introduction of Evolved to the region is a step forward in creating the next biggest professional esports destination.
“Evolved does phenomenal work in the States and expansion to our sunburnt country is a major step in player representation standards for the domestic esports scene.” – Mathew Brand, Director of Talent Management, Evolved Talent Agency Australia