Australian owned esports club, ORDER, today officially opens its investment offer to fans and the community, following a successful expressions of interest (EOI) campaign earlier this year.
The equity crowdfunding campaign will allow fans to invest as little as $100 to own a stake in ORDER. Investors will receive equity in ORDER and perks based on their pledge level. The equity raised through the offer will be allocated to growing ORDER’s teams, recruiting top talent, and establishing a purpose-built elite training centre.
ORDER’s Chairman and tech entrepreneur Adrian Giles, “ORDER’s equity crowdfunding campaign gives gamers and fans the chance to participate in the growth of esports by owning a stake in one of APAC’s best teams. It’s a first for the industry globally.”
Since its launch in 2017, ORDER has quickly cemented itself as a top performing club in APAC. Its CS:GO team have placed first at numerous tournaments including, WESG APAC Regional Finals, IEM Katowice 2017 Oceanic Qualifier, S27 ESEA Mountain Dew League, and Season 1 of the Gfinity Australia Elite Series.
ORDER’s Street Fighter and Rocket League teams also successfully took out first place at this year’s Gfinity Australia Elite Series.
ORDER has increased from two to eight teams just this year and has no plans on slowing down its growth trajectory. ORDER competes across LoL, CS:GO, Overwatch, Rocket League, Super Smash Bros, Street Fighter, PUBG & Dragon Ball FighterZ.
Jake “Spawn” Tiberi, ORDER’s General Manager and LoL caster added, “We started this equity crowdfunding campaign so that our community could become a part of the team in a way they’ve never been able to before. As ORDER grows, we’re excited to share our successes with our fans.”
ORDER’s equity crowdfunding campaign coincides with the announcement of the club’s new Chief Executive, Chris Derrick, former esports Consultant for the AFL and digital specialist.