XSET acquires Queens Gaming Collective

The North American e-sports organization. XSET has acquired the company Queens Gaming Collectivededicated to the lifestyle of women in the gaming world. The organization will provide support to the company as a result of the deal, from talent management to brand partnerships. Terms of the agreement have not yet been disclosed.

Founded 2020, Queens Gaming Collective counts on great talents which includes content creators, musicians and professional female gamers. Following the acquisition, the co-founder of Queens Gaming Collective, Justin J. Giangrande, will become head of talent at XSET..

After a communiqué on networksXSET says this acquisition “is a major milestone” for the organization, which claims to have solidified its position as one of the fastest growing organizations in North America. To date, XSET has hired David Luce as Chief Content Officer and Jacob Arce as Director of Esports.

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Now under the arm of XSET, Queens Gaming Collective aims to expand its support for female gamers by driving inclusive change in the video game and eSports industry. XSET has focused on diversity since its founding in 2020.

This acquisition, the second by XSET. In April 2022, the organization announced the acquisition of the talent agency Astoic Management in a deal that resulted in two high-profile hires. In addition, prior to the acquisition, Queens Gaming Collective partnered with digital media company LiveXLive Media for create content original content on your platforms.

As XSET is already a globally recognized gaming lifestyle brand, it is important that we work with those who share our vision of ensuring diversity and inclusion in video games. Queens has been a leader on this issue and has been working to level the playing field for women in gaming for the past several years. We are thrilled to bring them on board with XSET to work together to create new opportunities, revenue streams, merchandising and anything else that will help support The Queens.

Grek Selkoe, co-founder and CEO of XSET.

The move comes at a time when other North American organizations have recently experienced financial difficulties. CLG was acquired last week after laying off its entire staff, TSM will withdraw from several esports titles and the financial problems of FaZe Clan continue to be made public.

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