LXG Appoints Angela as Its New CEO

Moin Khot
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Indian esports and gaming lounge brand League of Extraordinary Gamers (LXG) has appointed Zerah “Angela” Gonsalves as its Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to lead the company in its forthcoming ventures.

Angela has over eight years of experience in the gaming and esports industry, starting off as a shoutcaster and has since worked as a brand ambassador, content creator, and head of talent management for multiple organizations and brands. She will work closely with Shravanth Reddy, the Managing Director of LXG for its new ventures. Following Angela’s appointment as CEO, the company aims to expand across the country while bringing the whole LXG ecosystem to a mobile app.

“I'm very excited to be returning to the Indian gaming ecosystem after exploring the international esports circuit for over two years,” said Zerah “Angela” Gonsalves “LXG, also known as League of Extraordinary Gamers, has the potential to become the biggest gaming name in the world. Our company is devoted to maintaining the standards of success and excellence and our legacy is built on it. We are poised to take gaming to a more evolved and seamless phase by expanding into small towns and cities and bringing the whole ecosystem of LXG together with our upcoming app.“

She also added that she would focus on echoing the brand's true personality in India as the company’s new CEO.

About League of Extraordinary Gamers

League of Extraordinary Gamers (LXG) started off as a premium gaming lounge in Bangalore and has since expanded to five locations across India. The company currently has opened esports arenas in:.

  • Indiranagar, Bangalore, Karnataka

  • Nungambakkam, Chennai, Tamil Nadu

  • Kalyan, Thane, Maharashtra

  • Anna Nagar, Chennai, Tamil Nadu

  • Vellore Institute of Technology, Vellore, Tamil Nadu

LXG has also been a front runner for esports in India, partnering with multiple brands including Nvidia, Logitech, Aorus, and more, and has hosted multiple LAN tournaments in the country. These tournaments include:

  • Aorus Cup (Valorant, Call of Duty, PUBG: Battlegrounds)

  • Logitech McLaren G Challenge 2021

  • Logitech Let’s Go LAN (Valorant and FIFA 22)

  • Logitech Bring it Back (Dota 2 and CSGO)

The company has also run multiple tournaments as a white-lable service under its StudioX division which claims expertise in esports production, management, and live broadcasting.

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