The sports continue to attract the attention of clubs traditional sports that little by little continue to add to the electronic sports sector looking for a bond with its younger fans who enthusiastically follow not only football or basketball games, but also do not miss out on tournaments in FIFA, League of Legends, CS: GO or other video games.
The FC Barcelona has been in esports for a while now with teams of eFootball (formerly known as PES), Rocket League, Hearthstone and, soon, also will have its own team of League of Legends to participate in the Super League organized by the Professional Video Game League.
According to sources from the Esportmaniacos portal, the most important in our country in terms of information about League of Legends esports, Bara will enter the most important MOBA league in Spain thanks to S2V Esports starting an alliance with this Catalan club from next year.
It will be an agreement thanks to which a symbiosis between S2V and Barcelona, with the club participating under the name Bara Esports, the same one used for competitions in Hearthstone Y Rocket League, although at the moment there is no official confirmation by either of the two clubs.
Piqu, one of those “responsible” for the Baa’s interest in esports
Gerard Piqu, the central of FC Barcelona, is one of those “responsible” for the interest of the Blaugrana club in electronic sports being one of the members of the club more insistent with electronic sports. Some time ago at Vandal Esports we exclusively discovered the footballer’s plans, how what was now his own virtual football competition, eFootball.pro, germinated, and the plans he had to found FC Barcelona Esports.