Eximius Sports Adds MindScape, CS 1.6 Ladies and L4D
OKLAHOMA CITY, Oklahoma -- Eximius Sports, a team that closed a little more than one year ago, has reopened their doors with three new team additions.
It has been awhile since we heard anything from Eximius Sports. Manager Brad Dick closed the team in pursuit of other opportunities, but has now reopened Eximius' doors with new sponsors and teams.
The most noticeable team is Mindscape of Counter Strike: Source. The team placed fairly well in the CEVO Professional division, making playoffs with a match tomorrow in Round 3.
Brad only had good things to say about the Mindscape team.
"I am excited to have a team that I do not have to worry about for once. Past teams in Eximius Sports I have had to be on consistently about practice and professionalism. These guys I do not have to worry about, their history in the game proves that point."
Eximius also drafted in a CS 1.6 Ladies team, with hopes on a 1.6 male team sometime around ESEA playoffs.
"I picked up a ladies division because I like the new ladies league that they are involved in. I think it is a great idea and I do believe that they deserve a shot against their own. This team is one of the top ladies divisions in North America and I am excited to see them compete," Brad said. "We will see a 1.6 [male] team most likely within Eximius in a few months, cannot guarantee, but I am pretty sure that it will most likely be around the time of ESEA playoffs or sometime right after."
In addition, Eximius is one of the first teams to acquire the up and coming game Left 4 Dead. With the anticipated sequel, Eximius believes it could be one of the new games for eSports.
With several new sponsors, one being, strangely enough, the Kinesys Performance Sunscreen Lotion Company, Eximius is looking toward a bright future in eSports.