25 Days of Endpoint
by Ashley Robinson

Twenty Twenty has been one hell of a ride. For a year of let-downs and awful news, esports has been a brilliant and welcome distraction, even if it’s had a rocky start. At the start of the year, we had majors being cancelled and tournaments grinding to a halt, but that wasn’t enough to keep us down. We’ve managed to keep calm and carry on – and carry on we have, bringing Endpoint to be the best esports organisation it can be. Here is how we did it!

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We Rebranded the organisation at the beginning of the year. Gone was the old crosshair logo, in with the smooth updated emblem we proudly show off today.

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Partnerships are so important in the esports business – CeX was, of course, a monumentous occasion for Endpoint. With the help from the guys at webuy.com, we knew we couldn’t settle for anything less than the best in our 2020 championships.

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Our CSGO lineup was announced, and with our boys in blue, we’ve been retaking sites and rushing B with the best of them; and we’re not showing any signs of slowing down soon!

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Lets not forget our Rocket League team, who’s taken the RLCS by storm!

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We hit our 10,000 follower milestone on Twitter!

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We hired our coach, RossR, who’s helped bring our team to victory and has been a driving force for the CSGO boys in their climb to the top

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we competed in the dreamhack open anaheim,

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Then we qualified for MDL,

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Then our Rocket League team came third in the spring series

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THEN we won the ESL spring premiership

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Our Rocket League team gained a valuable member, Metsanauris

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The CSGO boys won Home Sweet Home

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Av3k signed on for 2020, keeping the Quake scene on its toes

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And we signed flameZ, breathing life into our Counter-Strike matches

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Lets not forget the amazing stream team we have built, entertaining everyone at home during lockdown

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Our clothing line launched with some fantastic day one items (Perfect late Christmas gifts!)

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Our Counter-Strike team made it to the top 30 globally on the HLTV rankings

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before competing in the DreamHack Open Fall 2020

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Noblechairs and Overclockers UK renewed their contracts, supporting and maintaining Endpoint to it’s fullest potential

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Not to mention our new partnership with Thrustmaster

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And how could we forget? We won ESL Prem Autumn!

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And collected our award for being Organisation of the Year 2020

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Shared with MiGHTYMAX, who won Player of the Year 2020

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Then, of course, we won the ESEA MDL

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And to finish off, we finally have our first purchasable in game items – The amazing Rocket League cars!

Finally, we want to thank you all for joining us on our adventure to the top. If you’re a die hard Endpoint twitch spammer or just mesmerised by our beautiful logo, we hope you stick around for 2021. From all of us at Endpoint, Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!