LS and Nemesis join Mobalytics as co-owners
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Analytics and personal gaming platform, Mobalytics has welcomed both Nick ‘LS” DeCesare and Tim “Nemesis” Lipovšek as co-owners. The company announced that the two esports content creators will join its ownership group.

“We are excited to welcome LoL esports veteran, LS, and one of the world’s most prominent pro players, Nemesis, to our ownership board,”  CEO and co-founder at Mobalytics, Bogdan Suchyk said. “Together we will work on developing and upgrading the platform’s next-gen features to please all player categories and to bring Mobalytics to the next level.”

The move brings LS and Nemesis into a larger ownership group that includes companies like T1, Almaz Capital, HP Tech Ventures and several others.

Why Mobalytics has joined forces with LS and Nemesis

With this move, Mobalytics aims to leverage both individual’s esports experience to upgrade the platform. Before becoming a content creator for Gen.G, Nemesis played professional League of Legends across Europe starting in 2014. He was Fnatic’s midlaner for two years and qualified for the World Championship twice with the team.

Furthermore, LS has coached several League of Legends teams before becoming a streamer for T1. He is also known for his podcasts and co-streams. Both of the two creators will contribute to the design and development of new tools and features on Mobalytics. These features will be for professional teams and ranked players to offer a higher user experience. So, LS and Nemesis will be bringing in experience to Mobalytics to help players improve their gaming skills.

“I’m really happy to be part of the Mobalytics team,” LS said. “The GPI and other aspects of the brand-related to analysis make it a great fit for me. As a co-owner, I’m looking forward to taking a more hands-on role in developing new features.”

Additionally, LS and Nemesis will keep on creating content for their own channels while helping to create new features for Mobalytics.

Jimoh Rashidat is a freelance esports writer with over two years of experience. She covers FIFA, League of Legends and general gaming content.