TEAMS.gg (https://teams.gg/) is the leading bespoke match-making site for those who like to play online multiplayer videogames. Currently supporting: Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Valorant, Fortnite, Apex Legends and Overwatch 2 (with many more to come). TEAMS.gg helps players find their ideal teammates to enhance their gaming experience. Signing up for TEAMS.gg is free.
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MCV/DEVELOP by Richie Shoemaker - 24th August 2022
TEAMS.GG – The Dream Team Solution
Richie Shoemaker talks to TEAMS.gg co-founder James Duffield on what might just be the LFG solution the industry didn’t know it needed
ESI Esports Insider by Jake Nordland - 7th July 2022
TEAMS.gg to support Promod Esports’ Northern Europe VALORANT leagues
UK-based team-finding service TEAMS.gg has partnered with esports production agency Promod Esports.
The deal sees TEAMS.gg support and sponsor Promod’s VALORANT Regional League (VRL) Northern Europe Polaris and VALORANT Regional Circuit (VRC) Beacon.
Esports News UK by Dom Sacco - June 21st, 2022
Teams.gg adds Apex Legends and Fortnite to in-game team-finding service which aims to help players avoid toxicity, becomes official team finder for Valorant in Northern Europe
British gaming company Teams.gg has brought its free bespoke team-finding and friend-finding service to popular battle royale shooters Apex Legends and Fortnite.
DOT ESPORTS by Emily Morrow - June 15th, 2022
Apex Legends fan builds LFG website to help players find teammates
This is exactly what solo queue players need.
The Loadout by Aaron Down - July 28th, 2021
Teams.gg expands to Valorant, aims to help players avoid toxic teammates
By using complex algorithms, Teams.gg seeks to match players with their ideal teammates
Esports Insider by Sam Cooke - June 2nd, 2020
TEAMS announced as winner of The Clutch Digital
Esports is a promising industry by all metrics and as such, plenty of budding entrepreneurs are launching their own companies in an effort to change it for the better and get a a piece of the action. This, in turn, leads to a lot of startups competing against one another for the spotlight.