The ownership group of North Esports has announced that the Danish organisation will be liquified due to the financial effect of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Established in 2017, North was a sign up with venture between entertainment business Nordisk Movie and Danish football club FC Copenhagen owner Parken Sport & Entertainment.

Nevertheless, the moms and dad companies said the unfavorable monetary impacts of the global pandemic resulted in a decision to discontinue buying the esports space together.

North fielded groups and gamers in numerous video games.

Their Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS: GO) group won several DreamHack events, and the organisation also completed in Peak Legends and FIFA.

According to the announcement, the FIFA gamers will stay under the direction of FC Copenhagen to stay a part of the eSuperliga while the other groups will be slowly dissolved.

” We have actually searched the marketplace to get several co-investors on board, but sadly have not found the ideal match,” Parken Sport & Home Entertainment CEO Lars Bo Jeppesen said in a statement, equated from Danish.

” It will take considerable continued investment to develop a sustainable service in the future and for that reason our company believe that the only responsibility for our total service is to focus all on our core service in FC Copenhagen, Parken and Lalandia, just as Nordisk Movie will concentrate on its large core and growth organizations.

” It is still unpredictable when a resuming after Covid-19 is realistic so we can get customers back.

” There is still possible in e-sports and gaming, but the time horizon is long and uncertain, and Covid-19 has actually moved the time horizon even more into the future according to our evaluation, as both esports and the sports market as a whole are struck difficult economically.” – Reuters