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College CoD procured by eFuse

eFuse, prevalent competition organizer and esports social stage, has taken a stab into expanding their portfolio by pulling College CoD in. With collegiate esports being one of eFuse’s centers, especially through the company’s eFuse Pipeline, this move will open up more openings for college eSports teams. The next season of College CoD competitions will carry a $25,000 prize pool from eFuse.

For the past few years, College CoD has been fueled by volunteers. With eFuse’s expansion, the organization claims Jaden “Jbyrd” Shaw, Jacen “sonofpaint” Garriss, and Marco or Jacob “Smgl” Marcovechio. This group has been brought in to focus on this endeavor.

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Smgl posted, “One of the biggest goals of College CoD has been to move from a volunteer based platform to one that can provide monetary value to the time people spend working those long events, modding channels, broadcasts, and more. This acquisition gives us an opportunity to do just that – provide payment to people as contract opportunities arise.”

The procurement will unavoidably present more assets. Smgl proceeded: “…the eFuse acquisition is going to enable [College CoD] to activate on all sorts of once ‘talks, ideas, and opportunities.’ Let’s face it. We’ve been wanting more events, more content, more stories, more alumni opportunities, and more of everything. This gets us there. Rightfully highlighting All-Stars, turning community initiatives into unique events and even potentially dipping our toes in other tournament types.”

With more colleges moving to involve eSports in some way, this will open up phenomenal opportunities for eSports in general. Jaden Shaw, Executive of College CoD, included: “eFuse gives College CoD the opportunity to continue to grow and impact the college esports community. This is going to allow us to throw quality events online all year long and work toward those coveted offline events. This is just the beginning of what we want to accomplish at College CoD and eFuse helps us get there. I couldn’t ask for a more supportive group to have in our corner.”



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