Recent revelations state that Bleed Esports is engaged in talks with Bad News Eagles and is progressing to avail positive outcomes.

Bad News Eagles are in a good book with the CS: GO’s feel-good stories when options of the team not venturing with the BLAST or ESL are rare. Without an esports organisation, the Kosovan team sought benefits over the Majors’ Open circuit in 2022. It qualified for the IEM Rio and PGL Major Antwerp, who are arriving at the legends stage of both events. In Rio de Janeiro, the team is beating the prior Major Champions FaZe before getting knocked out by the NAVI.

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During the beginning of this year, the team established the link with Godsent before the rumour of being shot down by the manager James Banks was out. players have already got the offer to represent the Swedish organization at Rio Major along ‘with an option to extend.’ Reports state that talks with GODSENT ended and didn’t resume again!

On Jan 20, the Band News Eagles known as Jonatan ‘Devilwalk’ Lundberg became the new CS: GO, coach. Also, the winning Swede of CS: GO majors with Fnatic, also a player in 2013, became a coach in 2015.

Who is Bleed Esports?

Bleed got the position and first-ever esports title in September 2021, along with the signing of the Valorant team, the top seed from Singapore and Malaysia in the VCT SEA Stage 3 Challengers Playoffs. In addition, until the year ended, the Singaporean organization achieved a $50.8 million investment along with Asia Venture Capital for operational expansion.

By 2022, Bleed also named the former BIG CS: GO player Nikola ‘LEGIJA’ Ninić as the leading coach of the Valorant team and even appointed Anthony ‘ImpressioN’ Lim, one more big player to elaborate the esports division further. The organization also underwent the expansion of Dota 2 and Asian Team headlined by Korean Player Kim ‘DuBu’ Doo-Young.

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Bleed always had a deep interest in CS: GO and CEO Mervyn Goh, who unveiled in July 2022 that the organization might expand into the European CS: GO by 2023.