Barrage Esports are pleased to announce our new official kit sponsor in BLK Sport.
We are pleased to announce that the Barrage Call of Duty team will be competing at Call of Duty World League (CWL) New Orleans (NOLA) in the United States.
CWL NOLA will be the biggest event of the year, taking place on the 12-14 January, hosting a total of 256+ teams who will fight for their chance to be crowned the NOLA Champions. With such a huge number of teams competing at the event, there is no doubt that it will be a difficult one for everyone involved.
Barrage's Long weekend began well, with the new management from Dukes having just merged, finally being initiated into the organisation. The Thursday was quiet, the only worry being the lack of press passes. The surplus of exhibitor passes and the nervousness of the next days competition. The night ended with cracking open a cold one with the boys and Taylor.
We are extremely pleased to announce Barrage is merging with dukes esports! the move will see the majority of dukes players and staff move under the barrage brand. we will announce the new teams and staff on our twitter in the coming days.
We are extremely pleased to announce our new partnership with Lucid Sound. They will be the exclusive provider of gaming headsets for Barrage with our Call of Duty team being the first to represent the brand at the upcoming EGL event.
After some discussion with our resident Fifa player, Healy, we decided to make some changes to ensure that our potential going into the next game are as high as possible.
We are extremely pleased to announce our new Call of Duty team for the remainder of Infinite Warfare.
The weekend of the 14th of April saw us heading to Birmingham to compete at i60. Our CSGO team and our Girls Call of Duty team were both due to compete at the event.
Last weekend, our Rainbow Six Siege team successfully qualified for the next season of the Pro League. Coming through the Open Qualifier in the 2nd week they were eventually able to finish 4th overall in the Final Qualifier.
Barrage’s Call of Duty girls recently took part in the qualifying rounds for Season 3 of the Female Pro League. From 27 teams only 16 would qualify, so for the Barrage girls, still adjusting to their current roster and having little time to practise, it was certainly a difficult task ahead.