British Esports announce 20 new game advisers

British Esports announce 20 new game advisers

Adam McGowan
3 min read | 28 Nov 2019

Over the past few months, the British Esports Association were on the hunt to recruit more game advisers to ensure we have representatives across as many esports titles as possible. We had over 70 people apply to be a part of the British Esports team, and was blown away by the talent and significance of knowledge of our applicants. Out of the applicants, we’ve taken on 20 brand-new game advisers.

We take on between one to three experts in each esports title, depending on the size of the competitive scene. Our game advisers help by providing input and expertise to make sure we can support and understand each community effectively, and to keep us abreast of changes in the scene at a grassroots, semi-professional and professional levels.

We are happy now to be covering a wider range of esports titles with our latest additions. A big welcome to:

  • Jack ‘Wacko’ Middleton – Apex Legends
  • Alex ‘Levy’ McCullough – Battalion 1944
  • Benjamin ‘BenTM’ – Clash Royale
  • Lisa ‘Skurli’ MacLean – Gears of War
  • Yinsu Collins – League of Legends
  • Terry ‘Servitude’ May – Overwatch
  • Vash ‘Lyonia’ Thapa – Overwatch
  • Steven Cook – SMITE
  • Rams ‘r2k’ Singh – Quake (Rams has also recently joined our advisory board, check out the announcement here)
  • Ted ‘ToesTedley’ Allen – Rainbow Six Siege
  • Christopher ‘Sharixx’ Marshall – SMITE
  • Brian ‘Brian’ Thomson – Street Fighter V
  • Sami Cetin – Super Mario Kart SNES
  • Charlie Smith – Team Fortress 2
  • Lee ‘WOTBoys’ Townsend – World of Tanks
  • Jack ‘Expired’ May – Brawlhalla
  • Ryan ‘Wok’ Liu – StarCraft II
  • Matthew ‘Re4Matt’ Jones – Minecraft
  • Ryan Merrick – Runescape


To see our full list of game advisers, check out our website page here.

Although we’ve filled a lot of our game adviser openings, we continue to require knowledgeable members of the following communities:

  • BrawlStars
  • Fortnite
  • Madden NFL
  • Mortal Kombat
  • Paladins
  • Splatoon
  • Track Mania


If you think you’re a good fit for any of the games listed above, please get in touch with us at for more details.

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