Over the past few years, people have been looking for ways to give North American League of Legends pro players a bit more control over their futures within the esports industry. Now, the LCS Players Association has taken the first steps toward this goal by entering a multi-year partnership with OneTeam to manage and commercialize the group rights for all 100 LCS and Academy players.
“Our group rights program will ensure sustainability and independence for the LCSPA,” LCSPA executive director Phillip Aram said. “OneTeam will apply the same group licensing expertise to our new LCSPA program that have made them undisputed leaders in the space across traditional professional and collegiate sports.”
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