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- Spanish organization Cream Esports will be tying up with Spanish top flight football club, Real Betis.
- The organization will represent Real Betis in multiple esport titles in both Europe and LATAM.
Cream Esports will be tying up with Spanish football club Real Betis and will operate as their esports arm. The organization which operates teams under multiple titles in both Spain and Latin America will be now known as Cream Real Betis Esports. Real Betis are one of the twenty teams playing in Spain’s top division, known as the La Liga. The team represents Andalusia and is based in Seville, Spain.
Cream Esports is an organization which was founded in 2017 and is one of the more known organizations in LATAM. The club has a strong presence in the mobile esports space with rosters in both PUBG MOBILE and Free Fire. According to the official announcement, the following lineups will now play under the Cream Real Betis Esports tag:
- Rainbow 6 Siege
- Free Fire
- PUBG MOBILE
- Clash Royale
"We have been analyzing this sector for a long time, which arouses so much interest among the young public and, of course, also among the Betis people, as we have seen in recent weeks in the charity tournaments that have been organized. The numbers are spectacular and on the rise. It is a sector in continuous growth and we believe that the best way to be able to enter is from the hand of a benchmark club such as Cream Esports, which will provide us with its knowledge, experience and national and international projection in the sector, "says Ramón Alarcón, director and CEO of Real Betis business in the official announcement.