The world's first tennis esport competition, the Roland-Garros eSeries by BNP Paribas, is back for the third consecutive year to the delight of e-tennis aficionados.
The big novelty for this 2020 edition is that professional players from the famous French esports club, Team Vitality, are joining the competition alongside the French Tennis Federation.
Amateur players qualified during the 4 stages of selection in France, in the United States and in Italy, will have the chance to count a professional player in their team and to benefit from personalized coaching for the final.
Roland-Garros thus stands out by being the first Grand Slam tournament to set up this type of competition, strengthening the links between sport and esport.
Rainbow 6 head coach
2018 & 2019 France
2nd Challenger League Season 9
Pro League Season 10 - 5th
Was Vitality pro player before becoming the head coach of her team
Fortnite pro player
DOIGCUP #2 - Winner
FNCS Europe - 3rd
World Cup 2019 (duo) - 29th
Former LoL pro player at
LDLC and Team Roccat
and Fortnite player
GamerAssembly 2018 - 2nd
Asked Gotaga to join Vitality after he won Gotagashow
and former COD pro player
ESWC 2016 - 5th
When he was a teenager Brawks has been sent to USA in order to improve school results
More than a gamer, Brawks also has dance and rap skills