London-based law firm Morgan Sports Law (MSL) has launched esports and gaming talent management agency DotX Talent.
According to the release, the agency will offer a range of career support opportunities to content creators, professional players and broadcast talent.
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Alongside services such as contract negotiations, the agency will provide services suited to the needs of talent within the esports and gaming industries. This includes invoice management and legal support from a dedicated team.
Nick Williams, Managing Director at DotX Talent, spoke on the launch: “Our aim is to provide a professional, bespoke management service that can make a meaningful and positive difference to a career. Every member of our team is committed to making that happen and each possesses real expertise that will enable our clients to aim higher and achieve more.
“We are all extremely excited about what we can do for our clients, and proud to have built a company that will put integrity and diversity at the core of how it does business.”
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DotX Talent aims to provide ‘the highest level of career support’ to its clients, alongside collaborating with brands to launch a range of marketing campaigns for talent to participate in.
Mike Morgan, Founding Partner at Morgan Sports Law, also commented: “Creating DotX to further the interests of esports and gaming talent is a natural next step and represents the culmination of a lot of hard work and planning.
“Our firm’s specialist legal expertise combined with that of esports branding and marketing experts will provide a unique and innovative offering to esports and gaming talent, and hopefully facilitate positive change for both our clients and the industry as a whole.”
Esports Insider says: Talent agencies within the esports industry are nothing new but the creation of DotX Talent combines legal services alongside support in other areas. This could prove to be a deciding factor for those looking for representation in the space.
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