Paris Saint-Germain Esports—the esports arm of French football club Paris Saint-Germain—will return to competitive Rocket League with the help of UK-based esports organization Tundra Esports. The new partnership was announced on Wednesday and financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Under the terms of this new partnership, PSG Esports will field a professional Rocket League team with Tundra Esports called “PSG.Tundra,” which will compete in the European competitive scene. Further details—including the lineup of players and coaching staff will be announced in the future, according to a release.
PSG Esports fields seven professional teams (many of which are operated through partnerships with other esports organizations) in League of Legends (PSG.Talon), Dota 2 (PSG.LGD), Fortnite (PSG.TNA), Arena of Valor, Rainbow Six Siege, and FIFA 23.