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Bundled announces esports partnership with Club Brugge


Bundled have announced an esports partnership with Club Brugge, reigning champions of the Jupiler Pro League, the highest division in Belgium. This partnership covers the entirety of esports, including content creation, team management, player coaching, events and setting-up a commercial strategy.

Bundled’s Managing Director Melvyn Wolthers was delighted, commenting: “We have been working on this for over a year and I’m so glad that it has finally been announced. Club Brugge is the biggest club in Belgium and we are very proud to have signed them. They have a fantastic history and reputation on the physical pitch and I’m confident that, with our partnership, they will be able to continue this on the virtual pitch.”

Karel de Meester, esports manager of Club Brugge, is very content with the partnership: “We are very happy to have partnered up with such a reliable esports partner as Bundled. With their decades of experience they have proven to have both the knowledge and passion to consistently perform at the top of the national and international market. We are looking forward to what esports is going to bring us in the future!”

Club Brugge’s first esporter will be announced very soon. He will compete on their behalf in the Belgian national league, the ePro League. Stay up-to-date via the Bundled and Club Brugge socials.

Wolves become the first Premier League team to announce a Brazilian esports player

Wolves has expanded its eSports team by adding Flávio Brito, an 18-year-old Brazilian from São Paolo.


Flávio becomes the first Brazilian in history to represent a Premier League club in eSports. He will partner up with Torin Page, who was announced last month and will represent Wolves for the FIFA 19 season on the PlayStation 4.


Flávio, also known as ‘FIFILZA’, is one of Brazil’s most talented FIFA players. He started playing competitively on FIFA 17, where he immediately made an impression by qualifying for both the Vancouver and the London regionals, in ninth and fourth place respectively in the Americas region. Unfortunately, due to personal circumstances he was not able to compete at both championships.


Last season he continued to impress under the name ‘TH1AGO99’ and qualified for the Manchester regional as number one from Brazil and seated as number five worldwide with a 157-3 record overall. Flávio also qualified for the Amsterdam Regionals through the Last Chance Weekend with a 40-0 score in total. Again, due to personal circumstances, Flávio was unable to participate.


Despite his young age, Flávio has already gained some offline experience when he participated in the Gamer Cup this August. This is the biggest offline FIFA eSports event in Brazil, where he eventually reached the semi-finals.


With TheTurin27 on his side and the support of Wolves and the club’s eSports partner Bundled, Flávio is determined to embark on a successful professional eSports career with the West Midlands club and says: “it’s a dream come true”.


Flávio said: “Playing in Europe for a club in the Premier League, the biggest football competition of the world, is something I dreamt about.


“It is also very special to become the first Brazilian in history to represent a Premier League club in FIFA – I didn’t realise this at first and it makes it extra special. I’m looking forward to excite the fans with the Brazilian football style, ‘joga bonito’, when playing FIFA.”


“I’m really looking forward to watching Wolves play for the first time at Molineux and to meet the board, especially Robert Plant who wrote Stairway to Heaven, my all-time favourite song.”


“I can’t wait to start playing FIFA 19 for the club with well-known eSports player like my teammate Torin.”


Wolves head of marketing Russell Jones said: “In collaboration with our eSports agency Bundled, we have been able to sign Flávio – the best FIFA eSports player in Brazil in his age category.

“We are very excited that he will be joining Torin in the Wolves eSports team, and believe this will give us an even better chance to compete at the highest level in our debut season, and at the same time help us reach out to new and existing fans in Latin America.”


Bundled’s Managing Director Melvyn Wolthers added: “We are very proud and excited that Wolves added Flávio to their eSports team alongside Torin. The preliminary process of this transfer was at times very intensive and complex and without the support of our Brazilian partner, Renato Sa Neto, president of eLigaSul, this would have been much more difficult. So, we would like to take this opportunity to thank Renato and his team for all their endeavours. The Wolves team is now complete and we are really looking forward to the new season which starts on Friday with the first Weekend League competition.”

Bundled are delighted to announce a new partnership with Wolverhampton Wanderers FC

During the eSports partnership with Wolves, Bundled will work with the club on eSports player recruitment, event management and content creation at the major FIFA tournaments around the world. Fans will be able to tune in to Wolves eSports content Twitter, Instagram and Twitch. Stay tuned to these channels for a number of exciting, upcoming initiatives.

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Tony Kok new Esporter of PEC Zwolle

As of next FIFA season, PEC Zwolle will start the eDivision with a new esporter. Three times Dutch champion Tony Kok is moving from FC Twente to PEC Zwolle and will participate in the eDivision and other (international) tournaments. Tony, who previously played for Telstar, was the online number one of the world last weekend and finished 4th in the eDivision on the PlayStation last season. He will be replacing Bob van Uden – who left the club for Ajax earlier this season – in the PEC Zwolle esports team.

Tony said that he truly enjoyed his time at FC Twente and that he is enormously grateful to the club as they believed in him after the failed transfer to PSV. As player of FC Twente he made his debut in the eDivision and played different international tournaments, such as the FUT Champions Cup in Barcelona and the Global eLeague.

Tony now hopes he can maintain his form and progress further in the FIFA esports scene. He is happy with his move to PEC Zwolle and the opportunity they have given him. “I can’t wait for the start of the new FIFA season and I am looking forward to represent this beautiful club in the eDivision and many other activities.”

Managing Director of Bundled, Melvyn Wolthers, said the following about the transfer: “It is a shame to see FC Twente relegated as they are a major club in the Netherlands and they were really trying to make esports count with the involvement of the University of Twente, hosting the Global eLeague, having the first ever female FIFA esports player of the world, etc. However, Tony is one the biggest FIFA eSports players with a large fanbase and to not see him participating in the eDivision would have been a real disappointment for many of us. We have a good relationship with PEC Zwolle and they are a similar club like FC Twente. We thought this would be a great opportunity for both parties, especially after Bob left the club for Ajax to play for Sagan Tosu. I am really happy for Tony and PEC Zwolle and I wish FC Twente all the best. Hopefully we will see them soon back in the Eredivisie and the eDivision.”

Emre Benli Makes Dream Transfer To Fenerbahçe

After signing the contract today, Emre Benli has officially moved to 1907 Fenerbahçe Espor. His first response after signing for the Turkish football giant, was: “This is a dream come true. I am really proud of this move and I especially want to thank Bundled, who are my coaching and management agency, and Fenerbahçe for making this transfer happen. I would also like to use this opportunity to thank Delano Limaheluw (CEO of Bundled eSports) because he believed in me and helped me to get where I am today. I’m looking forward to play for Fenerbahçe, to become world champion and to ultimately make the fans proud.”

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Torin Page First International Bundled eSports Player and Opening of Bundled International eSports Office

One of UK’s finest and most gifted FIFA eSports player, Torin Page, has signed for Bundled eSports. Torin qualified for the FUT Championship Regionals in Barcelona as number 8 in the world and reached the last 32. He now hopes to continue impressing the FIFA eSports scene by qualifying for the next FUT Championship Regionals in April, and eventually go all the way to the main stage this June. Team Bundled is thrilled to join Torin’s journey and to support him in reaching his goals.

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QuintenX continues his eSports career at FUTWIZ

Former Feyenood esports player Quinten “QuintenX” van der Most signs a professional contract for FUTWIZ and becomes the first Dutch esports player that makes an international FIFA transfer.

After an impressive season at Feyenoord – 2nd place Dutch eDivisie, top 4 FUT Champions Season 2 Regional Final Madrid and top 6 FUT Championship World Finals Berlin – Quinten decided to leave Feyenoord and to choose for FUTWIZ.

Last season Feyenoord explicitly chose Bundled as their official esports partner and to manage and coach Quinten during his esports activities for the club. Through Bundled’s guidance Quinten achieved great results for Feyenoord and therefore earned this international transfer to FUTWIZ.

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