FORTNITE WORLD CHAMP, KYLE “BUGHA” GIERSDORF, RE-UPS HANDLE WINNING SENTINELS ESPORTS COMPANY
“We are enjoyed have Kyle continue to make the SENTINELS his esports house and have a champion of his skill as part of our organization” stated Rob Moore, CEO of P1 Esports, the moms and dad company of the SENTINELS team. “When he signed up with SENTINELS at 16, we understood we signed an interesting young player with elite level skills in the video game. Seeing Kyle win the World title, how he manages growing success and conducts himself is beyond remarkable”.
The young champ became a worldwide experience winning the first ever Fortnite World Cup in July 2019, defeating a field of 40 million international rivals to take house a $3 million prize money live at the Arthur Ashe Tennis Center in New York City City. Under the SENTINELS banner, Giersdorf has kept his standing amongst top Fortnite gamers worldwide scoring top 10 finishes in all forms of competition consisting of solo, duos, and trios play.
Giersdorf commented, “I like belonging to the Sentinels family and appreciate their continuous support along this fantastic journey. I am anticipating wearing that red jersey for at least two more years and having a lot more success with these guys”.
Market veteran Eric Ma, President of Sentinels who scouts and handles group workers stated, “In my profession I have actually come across couple of rivals with the uncommon combination of cool under pressure, drive and ability that Bugha possesses. That is what makes a champ and that is our focus at Sentinels”.
Hollywood based P1 Esports is a quickly growing global esports lifestyle brand and video gaming organization released in 2018 fielding SENTINELS groups in Fortnite, Valorant, Apex Legends and Halo. GUARDS include Fortnite World Champion Kyle “Bugha” Giersdorf, the reigning Halo World Champion team (winning 10 competitions in 2020), and the SENTINELS Valorant team, led by former Overwatch League champion Jay “Sinatraa” Won, with 5 leading tournament wins since the video game introduced in 2020.