Charles White Jr., known online as Cr1TiKaL or MoistCr1TiKaL has taken a new step on his streaming career as he recently announced via twitter post that he will be starting his very own Esports team which he called ‘Moist Esports’ and interestingly, it has signed its first member as well.
MoistCr1TiKal garnered success with his comical gaming commentary videos and topical breakdowns. Delivered in an amusingly deadpan fashion, the creator has gone on to spawn an enormous 8 million YouTuber subscribers and more than 3 million Twitch followers.
Now, it turns out MoistCr1Tikal is taking a new step for his passion for the gaming community as he now enters the world of esports. On his recent twitter post, MoistCr1tikal claims that he’s out there building the “next big esports team” which he called ‘Moist Esports’ and has already completed the signing of American Smash player Kola, who will be participating in the Smash Ultimate Summit 3.
Considering the difficulty that larger esports are facing these days due to the ongoing pandemic, MoistCr1tikal’s move sounds like a promising prospect for up-and-comers in the esports scene. Here’s what he wrote; “Today I’m giving birth to the next big esports team Moist Esports. Our first player Kola needs your help to win Smash Summit. Please vote for him here”, attaching the link to Smash Ultimate Summit.
Kola currently sits at 35,178 in the third place behind Larry Lurr who has 35,620 votes under his belt. Players have until August 17 to qualify, after which the playoff spots will be locked. The details of the signing in terms of signing costs and tenure are unknown to the public as of now. This is a big move for MoistCr1Tikal, as starting one’s own esports team without major backing from sponsors is quite the undertaking. His YouTube success has catapulted him into the upper echelons of the gaming world and this latest move proves it.
Charles White Jr., known online as Cr1TiKaL or MoistCr1TiKaL has taken a new step on his streaming career as he recently announced via twitter post that he will be starting his very own Esports team which he called ‘Moist Esports’ and interestingly, it