Robert Bowling, vice president of Humble Bundle and ex-Robotoki owner and ex-Infinity Ward Creative Strategist has moved into eSports by becoming co-owner of Denial.
Denial recently placed first to claim the title of 2015 Call of Duty World Champions.
— Robert Bowling (@fourzerotwo) January 14, 2016
— Denial eSports (@DenialEsports) January 14, 2016
Bowling told GamesBeat in a press release
This is the largest year for esports since the inception of the industry. As co-owner of the fastest growing and strongest esports organization competing in the sport today, I’m excited to support our players, sponsors, and partners in making Denial a household name in mainstream esports.
The team is looking to expand beyond Call of Duty by adding Gears of War, League of Legends, Smite, Halo, and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive to its roster this year.