Team Endpoint move new Rocket League team into Sheffield gaming house

UK esports organisation Team Endpoint have announced their new Rocket League team will be practicing in a gaming house for the next six months.

The team - consisting of Jamie "Tinny" Sparkes, Mitchell "Shakahron" Johnson and Daniel "Cheerio" Bjorklund - will be moving into the house on Friday June 30th.

They will practice for the upcoming Gfinity Elite Series and other tournaments together.

Team Endpoint said they were proud to have 'one of the UK's leading Rocket League teams'.

 

"Not only does this allow the guys to bootcamp and train together, it also gives us as an organisation unrestricted access to be able to document their growth and progression."

 

Team Endpoint CEO Adam "Adz" Jessop said: "It is extremely exciting to be able to house our Rocket League team in Sheffield.

"Not only does this allow the guys to bootcamp and train together, it also gives us as an organisation unrestricted access to be able to document their growth and progression."

Player Jamie ‘Tinny’ Sparkes added: "Living in a house with teammates is a dream come true for most esports players looking to get that edge over the competition. We’re very excited for the move, and what we can achieve with it."

Team Endpoint extended thanks to its partners HyperX, Noblechairs, Overclockers UK and GamersApparel for their support.

Follow the goings on of the Rocket League team on Endpoint's Twitter and Facebook pages here.

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