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Bad Moon Talent Signs Madden Bowl Esports Champion Joke

Now, this is great news! We don’t often have Madden Esports news, not of this caliber either. Last month though, we discussed Raidel “Joke” Brito and how he won the Madden Bowl without a single passing play. That had to have put eyes on him as someone who thinks outside the box and does what it takes to win. So with that, we learned that Bad Moon Talent signed their first Madden Esports player – the No. 1 ranked Madden player Joke!

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Bad Moon Talent tapped as agency of record for Team Evolve

Esports talent agency Bad Moon Talent has signed on to represent UK-based creative agency Team Evolve as its agency of record. Team Evolve specialises in building custom brand experiences in Epic Games’ Fortnite.

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Call of Duty beckons for Leafs’ Marner, Raptors’ Miller and rapper Zach Zoya

TORONTO—Pro video gamer Anthony (Methodz) Zinni first connected with Mitch Marner when he tweeted about “Call of Duty: Warzone” and the Toronto Maple Leafs forward followed him. “I shot him a DM (direct message) and ever since then we’ve been gaming it up,” said Zinni, a 22-year-old member of the Toronto Ultra “Call of Duty” team. “We talk pretty frequently now ... He’s a great dude.”

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Bad Moon Talent Announces New Talent Additions Amongst a Star Studded Roster

Andrew Drake, CEO and Founder of Bad Moon Talent, joins Cheddar Esports to talk about the addition of new on-screen talent to the Bad Moon roster and talks us through the Esports Awards nominated talent on the team as well.

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Bad Moon Talent Pool Growing

In the beginning of September, former Call of Duty coach Brice Faccento and Andrew Drake announced the launch of their joint management venture, Bad Moon Talent. Faccento and Drake set out to manage the top prospects in esports. Prospects include players and broadcasters alike, in order to best represent players and talent in the esports industry.

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Former Call Of Duty Coach Starts Talent Agency For Top Esports Players

Former Call of Duty coach and professional gamer Brice Faccento announced the creation of his new talent agency with esport industry professional Andrew Drake. Bad Moon Talent will focus on representing players and industry talents in the best possible way within the Overwatch, Call of Duty, Fortnite, and other professional scenes.

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Bad Moon Talent launches, signs Call of Duty players

Esports talent agency Bad Moon Talent has officially launched, offering consultancy and management for professional players and broadcast talent. The agency will focus on Call of Duty, with several players from the competitive scene already signing up, but it aims to expand into other titles.

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Esports talent agency created by former eUnited coach Faccento

Former coach for the 2019 Call of Duty World Champions eUnited team, Brice “Faccento” Faccento, announced he will be forming an esports talent agency. The agency is named Bad Moon Talent and will feature former Activision Blizzard Esports Senior Manager of Programming Andrew Drake as a co-founder. The talent agency has already revealed they will be representing Jordan “JKap” Kaplan, Ian “Enable” Wyatt, and Donovan “Temp” Laroda for the upcoming franchised 2020 Call of Duty League.

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Blizzard Talent Manager and eUnited Coach Form New Esports Talent Agency

A former Blizzard talent manager and the coach of the reigning Call of Duty champions are forming a new talent agency for esports players and broadcast talent. Andrew Drake and Brice Faccento have announced the formation of their new agency, Bad Moon Talent, to represent both players in broadcast talent across multiple esports leagues including Call of Duty, Overwatch and Fortnite.

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Former eUnited coach Faccento launches esports talent agency

Brice Faccento, the coach of the 2019 Call of Duty world champions eUnited, revealed a new esports talent agency called Bad Moon Talent today.

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