Beastcoast continues to expand its impressive roster of VGC players with Pokemon World Champion Wolfe Glick.
Beastcoast is at the forefront of player-focused team building, consistently celebrating and supporting the diversity and charm of all gaming communities. The addition of Wolfe Glick, longtime VGC competitor and 2016 World Champion, proves Beastcoast’s commitment to providing opportunities for players and content creators from across the esports world. The partnership, a first of its kind for Beastcoast, offers players and creators a stake not only in the growth of the organization itself via equity, but in their personal branding and development.
Wolfe had this to say:
"Right now is a pivotal time not only for Pokemon as a whole but for competitive Pokemon specifically. I'm really excited to partner with Beastcoast to help fully capitalize on this exciting moment and push Pokemon as far as it can go."
Beastcoast CEO Grant Zinn had this to say:
“I am beyond excited to welcome Wolfe to Beastcoast. When we announced our foray into the world of Pokemon last year, we started a journey to help bring the best and most interesting Pokemon content to the community. Having Wolfe join our team will allow us to take our efforts to another level entirely. Wolfe and Beastcoast have been working behind the scenes for some time now on several projects we can't wait to announce to you all. Pokemon Scarlet and Violet is the beginning of a whole new generation for Pokemon fans around the world, and we’re eager to show you what we have been working on.”
Beastcoast was founded in 2017 and is a New York City based-esports organization focused on players’ interests and well-being and celebrating the diversity and charm of gaming communities both large and small. They have player representation in Dragon Ball FighterZ, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Super Smash Bros. Melee, Pokémon, Rainbow Six Siege, Dota 2, and Teamfight Tactics, as well as a stellar cast of streamers. Their sponsors include: Aorus and Betway. Beastcoast participated in the Techstars Sports program in Indianapolis, Indiana.