Esports lawyer Bryce Blum has launched the first law firm dedicated to esports, named ESG Law.
Blum made the announcement on Twitter, stating he was excited to continue helping to shape the esports industry, having already worked on a number of cases previously.
ESG Law’s website describes the company as one invested in the future growth of esports, which goes beyond the normal attorney-client relationship, and one which can offer unique insights into the industry to help clients and the industry as a whole.
The company’s list of clients includes Team Liquid, Fnatic, Team SoloMid, Paul ‘ReDeYe’ Chaloner and Christopher ‘MonteCristo’ Mykles.
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