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The Full Process From Start To Finish - UKF Flawless Case Study

Friday, 25 March 2016 12:16:36 Europe/London

UKF Flawless

The relationship between UKF Flawless and CustomEsports started on Twitter with a quick back and forth highlighting what we can do for UKF and how quick we could do it, showing some pictures of previous shirts we had made and working out a sponsorship deal between the two companies.

After a quick conversation UKF wanted to see the jerseys first hand, we sent out some sample shirts and these were well recieved by UKF.

We then organised a custom jersey design to be made by our design team. Here's the brief we were given by UKF:

"We want your designer to design a top based on his imagination, we require black red jerseys ."

This also included images of their sponsors logos and what information they needed on the jersey such as their website URL and Twitter handle.

UKF also included some shirts they would like theirs to look like to help the designer out with his design. Here's the images:

Denial shirt

Our designer then came up with some potential designs that UKF could choose from as well as a design for the back of the shirt. Here's all the designs:

UKF Design 1

UKF Design 2

UKF Design 3

Back

 

The final design chosen was this:

Front

Back

We then had the jersey design sent off to the factory to be made. The manufacturing process from start to finish took three weeks including delivery.

Here's pictures of the final jerseys:

Front

Back

Close up

This is what UKF had to say about the jerseys and our service throughout: "Amazing jerseys I love them, I love you. Amazing work, staff are polite and honest, kept me up dated all the way and now are our permanent jersey designer."

If you want custom esports apparel for your esports organisation send us an email on info@customesports.com DM us on Twitter like UKF did @CustomEsports or buy direct through our website.

0 Comments | Posted in Blog By Adam Stevens

AWP Elite Build Giveaway

Thursday, 17 March 2016 11:48:14 Europe/London

To say thanks to the community we're giving away an AWP Elite Build.

AWP Giveaway

Enter below, make sure you come back every day and tweet out that you've entered to earn more points and have a higher chance of winning.

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Top 5 Professional CSGO Players To Watch Out For In 2016

Thursday, 11 February 2016 13:56:00 Europe/London

1. Olofmeister - Fnatic

I'd be killed by the community if on this list I didn't mention Olofmeister anywhere. He is currently the best player in the world so you should be looking out for him anyway but, incase you didn't realise how good he is, I'm telling you right now in black and white you should check him out. Fnatic are set to have a good year in 2016, winning their first title in the first couple of weeks and Olofmeister isn't showing any signs of slowing down.

2. FalleN - Luminosity

I could have mentioned anyone from this team but FalleN has really shone through recently. He is the ingame leader for Luminosity and the team AWPer. We've heard the excuse from in game leaders that their frags suffer because they're busy thinking about the team and what they should be doing next, but FalleN doesn't care about that. Consistently top fragging and having incredible stats he's shown that you can still perform while in game leading. As well as FalleN you should be watching the whole of the Luminosity team, I'm tipping them to be one of the best teams in the world in 2016 after a strong end to 2015. The tactical approach is really working for this team and the time the team puts in to the game and developing their skill is really showing.

3. koosta - NME

This guy is amazing with the AWP. In a recent By The Numbers broadcast, Richard Lewis has said that he could "possibly be the best AWPer in NA" disregarding s1mple and taking in to account Skadoodle is in a slump at the time of writing this (Jan 2016). I was watching him play in the Road to Vegas NA Qualifiers and he was carrying his team hitting shot after shot. I can't get over how skilled he is. I'd definitely put koosta as the number 1 person to watch in North America.

4. dephh - compLexity

dephh is a UK player who has made a name for himself over the past couple of years in the UK and is now playing on a professional NA team. He's come through the UK scene like a hurricane, speeding to the top. I expect to see him do well in the NA scene as he grows as a player and gets his name out there. 2016 will be a big year for dephh and will really shape his career. If he does well in his new NA team he could progress in to a better NA team and eventually play at the top level. If he can mimic what he's done in the UK scene, this won't take him long. Definitely a player to watch out for.

5. Kjaerbye - Dignitas

Even though Kjaerbye is a really young player he has been playing in the professional scene for quite a while now. The only thing that Kjaerbye is being held back by is the Norwegian scene isn't big enough for him to break through in to the top team. Astralis is the team Kjaerbye could join but since the team are all now co-owners there's very little chance they'll swap roster any time soon.

Comments | Posted in Blog By Adam Stevens

How The Top 4 Esports Organisations Became The Highest Earners

Friday, 11 December 2015 21:57:50 Europe/London

We looked at some data regarding the top 4 esports organisations in terms of earnings and how they earnt their way to the top. Evil Geniuses is top of the tables earning over $11,000,000 over 469 tournaments, surprisingly Newbee, an organisation with teams in only Dota 2, Hearthstone and LoL, is second only winning 31 tournaments. This is largely down to Dota 2 and the huge prize pools of The International.

  1. Evil Geniuses - 469 Tournaments - $11,203,057.05

Top Games

 

Game

Total (Team)

 

Total (Overall)

% of Total

1.

Dota 2

$9,814,952.65

 

$49,900,823.09

19.67%

2.

StarCraft II

$768,519.14

 

$17,256,385.00

4.45%

3.

Halo 2 Anniversary

$167,500.00

 

$465,551.14

35.98%

4.

Counter-Strike

$144,036.74

 

$10,728,719.96

1.34%

5.

Ultra Street Fighter IV

$84,678.03

 

$308,585.46

27.44%

6.

WarCraft III

$75,822.36

 

$3,843,555.99

1.97%

7.

Call of Duty: Ghosts

$38,445.00

 

$1,565,871.38

2.46%

8.

League of Legends

$32,000.00

 

$23,529,647.54

0.14%

9.

Super Smash Bros. Melee

$12,475.50

 

$673,540.52

1.85%

10.

Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3

$12,037.53

 

$72,027.04

16.71%

11.

Mortal Kombat 9

$10,000.00

 

$131,560.00

7.60%

12.

Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition

$9,455.44

 

$265,352.72

3.56%

13.

Street Fighter X Tekken

$8,515.60

 

$76,444.34

11.14%

14.

Super Street Fighter IV

$8,000.00

 

$20,812.30

38.44%

15.

Killer Instinct (2013)

$6,286.00

 

$104,495.07

6.02%

16.

Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike

$3,250.00

 

$39,110.00

8.31%

17.

Quake Live

$2,500.00

 

$633,156.67

0.39%

18.

Marvel vs. Capcom 3

$1,072.00

 

$10,720.00

10.00%

19.

Defense of the Ancients

$788.32

 

$749,028.11

0.11%

20.

Divekick

$550.00

 

$5,170.00

10.64%

21.

King of Fighters XIII

$550.00

 

$42,433.61

1.30%

22.

StarCraft: Brood War

$500.00

 

$6,531,224.00

0.01%

23.

Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix

$500.00

 

$16,360.00

3.06%

24.

Injustice: Gods Among Us

$306.00

 

$27,290.00

1.12%

25.

Quake III Arena

$250.00

 

$1,123,004.53

0.02%

26.

Capcom vs. SNK 2

$66.75

 

$22,395.00

0.30%



Top Players

ID

Name

Total (Team)

 

Total (Overall)

% of Total

 

1.

UNiVeRsE

Saahil Arora

 

$1,956,433.58

$1,964,038.64

99.61%

2.

ppd

Peter Dager

 

$1,952,870.96

$1,961,183.29

99.58%

3.

Fear

Clinton Loomis

 

$1,730,618.97

$1,735,983.84

99.69%

4.

Aui_2000

Kurtis Ling

 

$1,640,777.34

$1,880,747.04

87.24%

5.

SumaiL

Sumail Hassan

 

$1,640,777.34

$1,640,777.34

100.00%



2. Newbee - 31 Tournaments - $5,639,073.03

 

Top Games

 

Game

Total (Team)

 

Total (Overall)

% of Total

1.

Dota 2

$5,613,616.16

 

$49,900,823.09

11.25%

2.

Hearthstone: Heroes of WarCraft

$20,624.47

 

$2,518,365.71

0.82%

3.

League of Legends

$4,832.40

 

$23,529,647.54

0.02%

 

Top Players

 

ID

Name

Total (Team)

 

Total (Overall)

% of Total

1.

Banana

Jiao, Wang

$1,122,723.23

 

$1,211,250.16

92.69%

2.

Mu

Zhang, Pan

$1,122,723.23

 

$1,193,811.11

94.05%

3.

SanSheng

Wang, Zhaohui

$1,122,723.23

 

$1,205,274.33

93.15%

4.

Hao

Chen, Zhihao

$1,103,522.98

 

$1,562,946.23

70.61%

5.

xiao8

Zhang, Ning

$1,014,999.25

 

$1,662,202.73

61.06%

6.

Rabbit

Zhang, Wang

$107,723.99

 

$249,982.84

43.09%

7.

June

Lin Shiyang

$19,200.26

 

$54,385.91

35.30%

8.

Lovelychook

Zhang, Bohan

$9,990.15

 

$37,260.19

26.81%

9.

God Slayer

Shen, Yang

$5,721.26

 

$5,721.26

100.00%

10.

Prince

Xiao, Han

$2,055.07

 

$2,055.07

100.00%

11.

Richard Knight

Su, Bing

$1,735.67

 

$1,735.67

100.00%

12.

Candy

Tang, Xin

$1,610.80

 

$17,470.67

9.22%

13.

Khan

Kim, Dong Ha

$1,610.80

 

$5,796.20

27.79%

14.

YuZhe

Zhang, Zhe

$1,610.80

 

$13,058.75

12.34%

15.

Wayne

Wu, Wei

$1,122.34

 

$1,447.75

77.52%

 

3. Vici Gaming - 57 Tournaments - $4,360,066.91

 

Top Games

 

Game

Total (Team)

 

Total (Overall)

% of Total

1.

Dota 2

$4,138,726.27

 

$49,900,823.09

8.29%

2.

Hearthstone: Heroes of WarCraft

$80,728.63

 

$2,518,365.71

3.21%

3.

WarCraft III

$76,723.42

 

$3,843,555.99

2.00%

4.

League of Legends

$62,259.53

 

$23,529,647.54

0.26%

5.

StarCraft II

$1,629.06

 

$17,256,385.00

0.01%

 

Top Players

 

ID

Name

Total (Team)

 

Total (Overall)

% of Total

1.

Fenrir

Lu, Chao

$827,257.86

 

$827,257.88

100.00%

2.

fy

Xu, Linsen

$827,257.86

 

$827,257.88

100.00%

3.

Super

Xie, Junhao

$826,241.47

 

$897,034.43

92.11%

4.

iceiceice

Koh, Daryl Pei Xiang

$515,135.13

 

$813,166.06

63.35%

5.

Hao

Chen, Zhihao

$371,171.25

 

$1,562,946.23

23.75%

6.

rOtK

Bai, Fan

$311,170.51

 

$672,513.99

46.27%

7.

Sylar

Liu, Jiajun

$307,865.81

 

$914,630.31

33.66%

8.

Black^

Dominik Reitmeier

$150,421.91

 

$165,138.26

91.09%

9.

Infi

Wang, Xu Wen

$79,979.53

 

$222,227.19

35.99%

10.

Tiddler Celestial

Wang, Xieyu

$53,529.35

 

$125,529.53

42.64%

11.

Pegy

-, -

$8,032.11

 

$8,032.11

100.00%

12.

Carry

Wang, Zu Jing

$7,153.13

 

$7,153.13

100.00%

13.

DanDy

Choi, In Kyu

$7,153.13

 

$265,277.43

2.70%

14.

Hetong

Wang, Bin

$7,153.13

 

$7,153.13

100.00%

15.

Mata

Cho, Se Hyeong

$7,153.13

 

$260,615.23

2.74%

16.

Xuan

Pi, Xiao Xuan

$6,345.85

 

$6,345.85

100.00%

17.

Eimy

Xie, Dan

$4,610.55

 

$4,610.55

100.00%

18.

Heart

Lee, Kwan Hyung

$4,610.55

 

$73,863.65

6.24%

19.

Loong

Zhu, Xiao Long

$4,610.55

 

$4,610.55

100.00%

20.

Skatch

Byun, Se Hoon

$4,610.55

 

$4,610.55

100.00%

21.

Vasilii

Li, Wei Jun

$4,029.60

 

$26,311.92

15.31%

22.

XiaoGz

Gu, Zhi

$3,675.80

 

$3,996.91

91.97%

23.

ChinaYLD

Zhu, Jingfan

$3,576.69

 

$17,899.59

19.98%

24.

Shurripe

- -

$3,195.66

 

$8,084.47

39.53%

25.

XiaoTian

- -

$3,195.66

 

$3,516.77

90.87%

26.

Rosicky

Yan, Zhongshu

$1,948.16

 

$1,948.16

100.00%

27.

Season

Qin, Anping

$1,948.16

 

$5,490.13

35.48%

28.

DGC

Chen, Xu

$1,609.79

 

$10,712.88

15.03%

29.

GODV

Wei, Lian

$1,609.79

 

$43,553.10

3.70%

30.

Smlz

Han, Jin

$1,609.79

 

$17,993.72

8.95%

31.

Cty

Chen, Tianyu

$952.22

 

$248,640.33

0.38%

32.

ZSMJ

Gong, Jian

$952.22

 

$47,114.26

2.02%

33.

Tutu

Fan, Bai

$300.00

 

$3,604.69

8.32%

 

4. LGD Gaming - 60 Tournaments - $4,021,028.11

 

Top Games

 

Game

Total (Team)

 

Total (Overall)

% of Total

1.

Dota 2

$3,728,177.23

 

$49,900,823.09

7.47%

2.

League of Legends

$264,216.20

 

$23,529,647.54

1.12%

3.

Defense of the Ancients

$28,634.68

 

$749,028.11

3.82%

 

Top Players

 

ID

Name

Total (Team)

 

Total (Overall)

% of Total

1.

Yao

Yao, Zhengzheng

$740,963.19

 

$741,610.71

99.91%

2.

Sylar

Liu, Jiajun

$605,826.84

 

$914,630.31

66.24%

3.

xiao8

Zhang, Ning

$589,998.52

 

$1,662,202.73

35.49%

4.

MMY!

Lei, Zengrong

$549,437.94

 

$910,475.10

60.35%

5.

Maybe

Lu Yao

$516,699.36

 

$532,129.77

97.10%

6.

DDC

Liang, Fa Ming

$206,224.50

 

$478,699.45

43.08%

7.

DD

Xie, Bin

$191,458.01

 

$203,498.01

94.08%

8.

Rabbit

Zhang, Wang

$141,280.85

 

$249,982.84

56.52%

9.

Lin

Xu Ziyang

$131,910.90

 

$144,732.13

91.14%

10.

Pyl

Chen, Bo

$45,106.96

 

$46,995.25

95.98%

11.

TBQ

Zhu, Yong Quan

$45,106.96

 

$45,106.97

100.00%

12.

GODV

Wei, Lian

$41,943.30

 

$43,553.10

96.30%

13.

Faith

Zeng, Hongda

$32,738.58

 

$553,959.71

5.91%

14.

InJuly

Yang, Xiao Dong

$32,416.40

 

$34,114.44

95.02%

15.

Acorn

Choi, Cheon Ju

$30,886.92

 

$100,140.02

30.84%

16.

imp

Gu, Seung Bin

$30,886.92

 

$286,978.91

10.76%

17.

Flame

Lee, Ho Jong

$27,672.72

 

$68,651.52

40.31%

18.

Fan

Liu, Yi Fan

$16,658.80

 

$17,823.04

93.47%

19.

17

Xu, Zhao

$7,481.58

 

$11,024.29

67.86%

20.

1437

Sivatheeban Sivanathapillai

$7,061.36

 

$15,610.36

45.24%

21.

LuciferYYY

Chan, Dick Kay

$6,417.36

 

$6,417.36

100.00%

22.

Star

Fu, Yang

$6,417.36

 

$6,417.36

100.00%

23.

XQ

Li, Ying Jie

$4,880.04

 

$8,101.64

60.24%

24.

Brax

Braxton Paulson

$3,061.36

 

$17,411.25

17.58%

25.

GoD

Sergey Bragin

$2,611.36

 

$322,887.20

0.81%

26.

MiSeRy

Rasmus Fillipsen

$2,561.36

 

$181,913.92

1.41%

27.

Pajkatt

Per Anders Olsson-Lille

$2,561.36

 

$63,618.97

4.03%

28.

NoName

Zhou, Qi Lin

$628.31

 

$22,450.71

2.80%

29.

STony

So, Dung Fu

$128.96

 

$4,860.50

2.65%

Comments | Posted in Blog By Adam Stevens

50 Highest Earning Esports Organisations

Friday, 11 December 2015 21:54:39 Europe/London

A lot of people have wondered how much money actually is in esports and who has most of it. This table shows which organisations have made the most of esports and won the most prize money. This doesn't include any money earned through advertising or sponsorships, only prize money.

What we found was Evil Geniuses are miles ahead of the pack earning over $11.2 million where the second highest earner has only earnt $5.6 million. Even though this seems a lot it's not that surprising if you take in to account how long EG have been around; it's one of the oldest North American professional gaming organisations. EG were founded in 1999 and have since had top teams or players in every game they have competed in.

What is impressive is the fact that Newbee, an organisation founded in early 2014 is as close as they are with Evil Geniuses. Newbee are a Dota 2 team that really haven't done much else, they've made their riches after winning The International in 2014, they made $5,028,121 at just that event.

1.

Evil Geniuses

$11,203,057.05

469 Tournaments

2.

Newbee

$5,639,073.03

31 Tournaments

3.

Vici Gaming

$4,360,066.91

57 Tournaments

4.

LGD Gaming

$4,021,028.11

60 Tournaments

5.

Natus Vincere

$3,839,036.83

220 Tournaments

6.

Invictus Gaming

$3,595,128.66

200 Tournaments

7.

Fnatic

$3,322,372.64

495 Tournaments

8.

SK Telecom T1

$2,988,558.01

153 Tournaments

9.

CDEC Gaming

$2,984,662.96

11 Tournaments

10.

Cloud9

$2,526,791.78

207 Tournaments

11.

Virtus.pro

$2,432,332.95

178 Tournaments

12.

SK Gaming

$2,305,824.79

417 Tournaments

13.

Alliance

$2,221,013.91

97 Tournaments

14.

Samsung

$2,217,508.95

218 Tournaments

15.

Most Valuable Player

$1,953,033.01

256 Tournaments

16.

COGnitive Gaming

$1,847,429.45

72 Tournaments

17.

Team Secret

$1,712,411.29

14 Tournaments

18.

Team DK

$1,634,083.47

34 Tournaments

19.

KT Rolster

$1,564,088.19

148 Tournaments

20.

EHOME

$1,547,747.77

10 Tournaments

21.

mousesports

$1,444,052.13

570 Tournaments

22.

Taipei Assassins

$1,421,248.59

22 Tournaments

23.

Team Liquid

$1,387,587.57

457 Tournaments

24.

CJ Entus

$1,320,025.16

157 Tournaments

25.

compLexity Gaming

$1,305,981.02

214 Tournaments

26.

Ninjas In Pyjamas

$1,288,753.01

146 Tournaments

27.

Incredible Miracle

$1,192,741.21

154 Tournaments

28.

Team SoloMid

$1,187,793.75

122 Tournaments

29.

Team Empire

$879,506.64

332 Tournaments

30.

World Elite

$868,483.03

134 Tournaments

31.

EDward Gaming

$833,681.37

40 Tournaments

32.

Titan

$800,880.80

70 Tournaments

33.

Meet Your Makers

$766,157.49

199 Tournaments

34.

Counter Logic Gaming

$743,828.99

99 Tournaments

35.

StarTale

$737,795.08

136 Tournaments

36.

EnVyUs

$700,467.54

91 Tournaments

37.

Star Horn Royal Club

$667,149.22

23 Tournaments

38.

Millenium

$634,111.80

361 Tournaments

39.

Team Dignitas

$631,172.08

293 Tournaments

40.

OpTic Gaming

$604,785.68

80 Tournaments

41.

FXOpen e-Sports

$603,601.33

152 Tournaments

42.

NaJin e-mFire

$602,662.88

37 Tournaments

43.

OMG

$602,659.03

24 Tournaments

44.

Denial eSports

$593,102.21

59 Tournaments

45.

Prime

$530,919.18

172 Tournaments

46.

Str8 Rippin

$526,722.60

68 Tournaments

47.

AZUBU

$521,164.03

47 Tournaments

48.

Final Boss

$479,310.00

40 Tournaments

49.

mTw

$478,756.80

155 Tournaments

50.

Team ALTERNATE

$477,556.39

257 Tournaments

Comments | Posted in Blog By Adam Stevens