Nigma Galaxy to venture into multiple Esports, includes CSGO, Valorant and PUBG Mobile

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A brand new merger has been sparked between Team Nigma and Galaxy Racer, known as the “Nigma Galaxy” ahead of the MENA (Middle East and North Africa) region’s upbringing in Esports. 

Initially formed by Ex-Liquid DOTA2, and the champions at The International 7, Team Nigma was assembled in November 2019, and since then have been backed by Etihad Airways and twofour54 Abu Dhabi. Their switch to the MENA region saw Galaxy Racer to be their competitor only to merge after both the teams developed a relationship and shared the same passion towards Esports. Although Nigma would retain their position to lead their own brand, financial roadmap, and approach towards the game while their team merch would drop with the updated logo, now featuring a Galaxy Racer artstyle.

This would be Galaxy Racer’s second merger in just two months as they previously set up ties with Spanish Football Competitor La Liga to bring entertainment before their fans from Spain.  

In addition to this, both sides, now known, Nigma Galaxy, are keen to bolster their reach across the globe as they now look forward to venture in other Esports titles like CSGO, Valorant, League of Legends, Wild Rift, Free Fire, and PUBG Mobile under the Nigma Racer banner. They will be overseen by Team Nigma’s co-founders Mohamed Morad, Christoph Timm, and Kuro “KuroKy” Takhasomi. 

Lately, there have been Esports organizations signing themselves a Valorant roster due to the game’s unassailable hype and with a positive response from its pro scene. With Nigma Galaxy DOTA2 on the board, they are bound to get a formidable fan-base once they start looking for multiple kinds of talent across other titles. 

Together the new organisation will look to build an authentic voice for the MENA region, establish itself as the #1 esports organisation in the world and give its players an international platform. Nigma Galaxy will look to become a household name for players of the region to be proud of, and with aspirations to become a global player it will also use existing resources from Galaxy Racer to expand further within Europe, South and North America, Southeast Asia and China.

Statement by Mohammed Morad, manager and co-founder of Team Nigma

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