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Guild Esports has signed Rocket League player Dawson “D7RL” Berbuntes as the organization’s first French-language content creator.

D7RL’s Rocket League history

In the past, D7RL played Rocket League professionally and earned multiple victories.  His previous teams placed first in the 2019 AMD Masters Summer Qualifier 2 event, the Season 3 Gfinity Challenger Series and the 2017 ESL Benelux Championship Finals.

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After three years of competitive Rocket League, D7RL began to focus on content creation. He found success across YouTube, Twitch, Twitter, TikTok and Instagram.

As of April 22, his YouTube channel has over 174,000 subscribers and over 6.3 million views in the last 30 days.

“It’s a great honor to be joining Guild Esports at a time of incredible growth and success, after the professional team’s recent win at the Spring European Regional I can’t wait to take the Rocket League content to the next level,” D7RL said in a press release.

Guild Esports expands to French-speaking community

Carleton Curtis, the executive chairman of Guild Esports, said he is proud to welcome the esports organization’s first French-language content creator.

“It is imperative that we are able to provide authentic content to audiences in a manner that resonates with them,” Curtis said. The addition of D7RL allows Guild Esports to better connect with the French-speaking community, according to Curtis.

Danny Lopez, Guild Esports’ brand and content director, noted that D7RL’s presence is part of the organization’s ongoing efforts towards global expansion. D7RL will help bolster up the organization’s Rocket League content. In the near future, fans can also expect collaborations with the Guild Esports pro-team.

D7RL’s signing into Guild Esports follows the signings of other creators who are providing fans with content and entertainment. These individuals include Marcus “SoMarcus” Black, Georgina “Gee Nelly” Rose Nelson, Stevie White, Nihachu, Snowmixy and TN25.

Amy Chen is an esports journalist and enthusiast who specializes in in-depth interviews and breaking news. A University of Toronto and Humber College graduate, she is passionate about building up the Canadian esports industry. Her current favorite games are Hearthstone and Heroes of the Storm, and she has always had a soft spot for World of Warcraft!
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