Panda Global is excited to announce their entrance into Shadowverse esports with the pick-up of two well-versed competitors: Akamarured and Zerofyne.
Akamarured has proven he is a force to be reckoned with through his consistent EU Shadowverse Open victories, which led him to a qualifying spot in the 2017 Shadowverse World Grand Prix. His unconventional deck choices resulted in a second-place finish after a grueling two-day global tournament. He’s eager to step out on the Tokyo stage again this year and take his portion of the massive $1,310,000 2018 World Grand Prix prize pool.
Zerofyne has amazed the Shadowverse competitive community with his impressive 2018 Shadowverse Open league points lead. In a game of tactics and chance, he has been a dependable winner time and time again -- a testament to his depth of competence in this arena. Panda Global is thrilled to be a part of this gifted player’s journey.
- Alan Bunney MD, Panda Global CEO