US News $ 33,000 entry fee: 8-year-old becomes e-sports professional

12:10  04 december  2020
12:10  04 december  2020 Source:   t3n.de

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After two years of training in e-sports team 33, Joseph Deen has now been officially accepted as a member. Joseph is eight years old.

Jüngster E-Sports-Profi aller Zeiten: Joseph Deen aka 33 Gosu. © Team 33 Youngest esports professional of all time: Joseph Deen aka 33 Gosu.

As a six-year-old, Joseph Deen was a gifted Fortnite player and as such was noticed by the scouts of the Californian e-athletes from Team 33. After having included him in their almost daily training for two years, they made him an offer that no eight-year-old in the world would have refused.

Fortnite skills bring 8-year-old almost $ 40,000

Joseph Deen receives a so-called entry fee of $ 33,000 and esports equipment worth $ 5,000. From now on he will represent Team 33 in Fortnite competitions. He will use his gamer pseudonym 33 Gosu. According to his team boss Tyler Gallagher, Joseph is the youngest esports professional of all time.

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Team 33 is actively scouting in the gaming community, but also maintains application options on on the team website . In addition to Fortnite, Team 33 also covers the games CS: GO., Dota 2, League of Legends, Call of Duty and Valorant.

The team's headquarter is a prominent property in the Hollywood Hills.

Anyone who manages to join the team will find themselves in House 33 at least once a year. The team meets for joint training sessions at the headquarters in the Hollywood Hills in Los Angeles, California. In the coming year, Team 33 also wants to organize various tournaments at the location.

House 33 is also a place of work and meeting point for creative people of all kinds. In particular, greats in the music industry such as Post Malone, Drake or Flo Rida are among the property's guests.

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