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Mockit Esports Announces Pale Horse Esports Acquisition

We are proud to officially announce the Mock-It Esports (“Mock-It”) acquisition of Pale Horse Esports (“Pale Horse”) effective Friday 17th November 2017.

 

Pale Horse was founded in 2014 as a community organisation and participated in the Arma series and Insurgency. At the start of 2017, Pale Horse hosted various top quality Rocket League tournaments in the Oceanic region and subsequently entered the competitive esports scene, sporting teams in various games such as Call of Duty (North American), Rocket League (Oceania), Counter-Strike: Global-Offensive (Oceania) and H1Z1: King of the Kill (Oceania). With recent successes, the Pale Horse Rocket League team has proven itself as the top 2 team in the region, representing Oceania at the Rocket League Championship Series World Cup Season 4 in Washington D.C.

 

“The Mock-It Esports acquisition of Pale Horse is beneficial for all parties involved”
Dr. Christopher Si, Co-Owner & Operations Manager of Pale Horse. “We see that Mock-It acquire quality assets and the (ex)Pale Horse Call of Duty, Counter-Strike Global-Offensive and H1Z1: King of the Kill teams would be exposed to greater resources under the stewardship of a larger and more experienced organisation, creating room for growth, sustainability and positive interests for potential investors”.

 

Pale Horse management, contractors, agents, suppliers, and personnel will be briefed individually with continued ongoing work subjected to case-by case basis discussions.

The Pale Horse Call of Duty, Counter-Strike: Global-Offensive and H1Z1: King of the Kill teams and players will enter contract renegotiations with potential transfers to the Mock-It brand.

 

The Pale Horse Rocket League team will remain a separate legal entity under the administration of a management team not associated to Mock-It Esports. The team continues to look towards future ESL, Throwdown & RLCS Tournaments following recent experience at the World Cup in Washington D.C. with Co-branding of Mock-it associated but not Co-mingled (to comply with current RLCS rules).

 

“We have previously worked closely with Marshall and the Mock-It team during the Oceania Division of MCS (Mock-It Championship Series) and with this acquisition it solidifies our collaborative relationship to help grow the brand exponentially”. Phil Gold, Founder & General Manager of Pale Horse Esports.

 

“The acquisition of Pale Horse exemplifies our determination to increase our foothold in the competitive esports market.  With offices in North America, China and now Australia we are truly an international organisation with the ability to span our reach across multiple borders into a multitude of regions”. Marshall Long, CEO of Mock-It Esports.

 

Announcements will follow in regards to personnel, stakeholder and professional team movements. All media enquiries can be sent through to Mock-It Esports. Izzail@mockit.gg

 

Mockit Esports Signs New EU Team

                                                                                                                          For Immediate Release March 13th, 2016

Mockit Esports Signs New EU Team Including Paschy, Sikii, & ScrubKilla

On Monday, March 14th Mockit eSports signed a new European team to help usher in their new EU tournament series. While the EU Tournament schedule has not been announced yet, the team was pumped to join the Mock-it Ranks. The new Mockit EU team captain Paschy had this to say.

My teammates and I are excited to join the Mockit community. They have some incredibly exciting things in the pipeline and we are happy to join ranks with Low5ive, Rizzo, and Insolences. I’m very happy about this and hope we will work together for a long time!

Mockit eSports now boasts 2 Professional teams for the game Rocket League.  Mockit currently runs North American tournaments and events 6 nights per week. Host one of the largest Twitch streams for their viewers, subscribers and tournament going participants.

Mockit now has two professional teams. The North American team consists of streaming legend Low5ive, the quirky and funny Rizzo, and the one and only dcarmody32 aka Insolences.  The EU team consists now of Paschy, recently voted player of the year, the man the myth the legend Sikii, and 12 year old wunderkind phenom ScrubKilla. The managing partner of Mockit eSports, who goes by the handle of Luckey had this to say.

We could not be happier with both of our teams and the community we have built. At Mockit we are not only about winning, but also about bolstering a community where folks of all creeds can come and just have fun playing the game. Our discord server is now one of the top most successful servers in the world, and our stream on Twitch is becoming very large with some amazing fans who watch us regularly. With our new teams, we will be actively working bringing in EU fans into the fold of our already amazing Mockit fans we so endearingly call Mockit Heads!

Mockit will be announcing the details of their EU tournament series in the coming weeks along with some new items concerning LANs, a merchandise section on their webshop, and many other exciting things. Stay tuned and see what they come up with next.

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Low5ive’s Editing Contest!

Hey guys! I’m Low5ive.

You might know me from my own stream on Twitch; my previous title as “that guy on the homepage;” or from the occasional appearances in Rocket Royale, RLCPL, or Mock-it tournaments. Now, I play Rocket League for Mock-it eSports alongside Rizzo and Insolences.


 

The Low Down:

I’ve been sitting on some Rocket League replays waiting for that special someone to come along and edit, but I’ve decided to release them in a public contest!  There are 51 clips in total that date all the way back to October, so not all of them are A+ material.  It’s a lot to go through and you might consider a fair number of them to be not so great, but I want to leave a wide selection so that the videos you all put together have plenty of variety.  I’d recommend going through them in order of newest to oldest (I’ll attach an appropriately sorted image below).

What’s in it for you?

The best video, judged by myself and a few others, will receive $100USD and the opportunity to edit a “teamtage” for our team, Mock-it eSports.  I’ll also feature the winning video on my YouTube channel and hype you up on Twitch.

The next two runner-ups will also have the chance to edit the “teamtage.”

  • 1st: $100USD, exposure, “teamtage” entry
  • 2nd: Teamtage entry
  • 3rd: Teamtage entry

Teamtage?!

The three best submissions for the “Low5ive” video will have the opportunity to piece together a video for Mock-it including Rizzo, Insolences, and myself.  These clips are already in order and they’re WAY cooler.

The best video from this selection will receive another $100USD and the chance to join the Mock-it Creative Team as a paid part-time position.

  • Winner: $100USD and a chance for a paid part-time job as a Creative Team member.

 

I’ve set the end date for “Phase 1” at March 24th. There is no video length requirement. Email your submissions to low5montage@gmail.com. I’m stoked to see what you guys come up with.

 

Spread the word!

 

Low5ive

 

 

 

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You have until March 24th to submit your videos to low5montage@gmail.com.