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Announcing our PUBG Team!

A growing title in both players and it’s esports scene, PUBG is moving into a position where it will begin to thrive and expand over the next few years. Whilst nothing is set in stone, we can be sure that PUBG will continue to have a heavy hand in the Battle Royale genre for the foreseeable future. That being said, we’re proud to announce our new PUBG Team: FATE   –   Aadje   –   RoryFPS   –   HWright   –   Maverick With special consideration we have decided to move them into our Gaming House, located in Sweden, and will be working with them to make sure they thrive, grow and perform better than ever. Make sure to follow the Mockit Twitch, as they’ll be streaming from the House throughout the next few months! Lastly make sure to check out their introduction montage:

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Gaming House update, changes in early 2018

Hi everyone! We’ve been pushing hard to make big changes to our teams and procedures and we’re now in a position to help our players move to the next level. As of the 20th March we moved four of our PUBG players into our Gaming House in Sweden. Over the last week they have been setting up the equipment and preparing to settle in for the next 3 months. Already we’ve seen fantastic progress both with their invitational status to several leagues and their individual performances in scrims or day to day games. On another note we decided to opt out of CoD and H1Z1 for the current time. Our players in their respective games worked hard and certainly proved their skill and determination, we wish them all the best moving forwards. Here RoryFPS shows us around the house and gives a little insight into the first day…

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Mockit in 2018: expansion and revamp!

It’s a brand new year, and we’ve been busy setting up the next phase for Mockit’s expansion. Over time Mockit has become known as a “Rocket League org”, with our pickup of the Revenge EU H1Z1 squad late last year we began our advance into new territory and began to get a feel for what other games we could move into. Moving into the next few months we are pleased to announce our expansion into 4 new titles as well as a revamp for both our Website, Discord and Twitch and Twitter. We have some insane new talent on board and can’t wait to showcase them! We’ve cleaned up our Discord and are working on a content schedule for our Stream, which we hope will provide a variety of top level gameplay from all our new players. We’d like to start off by announcing our…

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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 &…

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MCS Season 2

It’s time to gear up for the second coming of the Mockit Championship Series, and this time around, we have made a few exciting changes!     1. New Region   After watching how well the Oceania region played in RLCS, it seemed only right to add the uber talented Aussies into the mix. In order to stop a potentially hellish pinged final, the OCE division will be its own tournament, presented entirely by our partner’s at Pale Horse eSports.   The teams down under will be competing for a $2,000 USD minimum prize pool.     2. Prize Pool   The North American and European divisions will remain bitter rivals as the EU teams will be looking to rebound after NA took out EU in season one. These juggernauts will be competing for a minimum prize pool of $6,000 USD.   Combined, we are…

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