GameSquare Esports has congratulated Complexity Gaming and TimTheTatman’s Tailgate for being nominated for the Tempest Awards.
Complexity Gaming has been recognized as a finalist in the Esports Team of the Year category with TimTheTatman’s Tailgate nominated as a finalist in the New Event of the Year category. Additionally, Jason Lake, founder and CEO of Complexity Gaming, will receive a Lifetime Achievement in Esports award. The Tempest Awards shine a spotlight on the innovation driving the competitive gaming industry. This year, the Tempest Awards will be held on November 2, 2022, in conjunction with the 2022 Esports Business Summit at the HyperX Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.
“The Tempest Awards are a tremendous event and being recognized as leaders in multiple categories is a reflection of the outstanding people across our business. Furthermore, I would like to congratulate Jason Lake for his Lifetime Achievement in Esports award, worthy recognition for an industry veteran and esports leader,” Justin Kenna, CEO of GameSquare, said.
“As a company, we are pushing the envelope as we think creatively about how to connect brands with fans. We are rapidly scaling as we expand our vertically integrated business model to serve global brands. I would like to congratulate everyone at Complexity Gaming, and throughout GameSquare, for building a leading esports team and for the hard work that made the TimTheTatman Tailgate a success. This first of its kind creator event showcase GameSquare’s creative capabilities to our clients and has led to revenue discussions and opportunities to accelerate growth,” Justin Kenna said.
Complexity Gaming was acquired by GameSquare Esports in June of 2021. Since then, GameSquare has invested in Complexity’s platform by signing leading streamers and content creators including TimTheTatman, Cloakzy, and the Baka Bros, and has strived to continue to add female content creators which are now at parity with male creators.