It is bittersweet to announce EQNX Gaming will be pausing our esports operations indefinitely. This means EQNX will not compete in fighting games in the near future and our players and stream team will be released. This was a hugely difficult decision to reach as we consider the FGC our home and each and every team member as family. Moving forward, the brand will focus on talent management and event/media production as we re-evaluate our future in competitive gaming.
As one of the first Black women to excel as a professional gamer, Jeannail Carter has the unique opportunity to be the representation she always wanted to see in esports. Jeannail sat down with Katie Couric to discuss her love of gaming—and how she hopes to inspire more Black women to go pro. For more stories about women who are changing industries by challenging the status quo, visit glamour.com/disrupt.
EQNX andGamers Outreach are joining forces for the holidays to bring the joy of video games to hospitalized children and their families. Throughout the month of December, EQNX will bring together the Fighting Game Community to raise funds for Project GO Kart on Tiltify and through events like the EQNX 5v5 Championships (Dec 12) on Twitch.
"Eyemusician is a one-of-a-kind player that will bring a lot to our growing roster. Aside from natural talent, he has a lot of passion for the game and brings crazy amounts of excitement to TEKKEN. It's hard to keep your eyes off him when he's playing and I can't wait to see what he accomplishes while representing EQNX."