(1998-2005) Eximius Sports was created in 1998 when Counter-Strike was first born. We were called then, w00t gaming. We changed the name to Eximius Sports after CPL 2005 when we finished top 15 at the tournament. The name we felt was more professional. The word Eximius is Latin meaning, superb or extraordinary. (2005-2008) Eximius Sports through these years picked up many different games from Counter-Strike, Call of Duty, Quake, Team Fortress, Left 4 Dead, and Day of Defeat. In every game that Eximius competed in we were all ranked in the top 10 in the world. Some specific victories would be CPL 2007 in Counter-Strike Source finishing 5 th, WSVG 2006 Call of Duty 2 finishing 5 th, 2007 CAL-Invite finishing 2 nd. Left 4 Dead 1 and 2 winning all online events and being ranked number 1 in the world. (2008-2011) Eximius Sports then focused on the Championship Gaming Series. Owner Brad Dick had the opportunity to join the CGS as a member of the Chicago Chimera behind Brian “DKT” Flander. He worked with Brian and was promised a GM spot when the league expanded. The league closed and that door also closed. Eximius Sports continued to thrive in Counter-Strike Source and Team Fortress 2 in these years. Two of Eximius Sports players were drafted into the CGS in 2008; one of them being Erik “da_bears” Stromberg 2011-Present Eximius has operated as a gaming community providing public servers with stats for thousands of gamers. We have done shout casting for the players in the servers bringing them back for more fun every night. Eximius Sports with the growth of Counter-Strike GO will be once again being in the competitive scene.
Mr. Dick and Eximius Staff with Call of Duty 2 Team – Finished 5th
CGS Team with Owner Brad Dick Erik “da_bears” Stromberg Drafted to Chicago Chimera
Owner Brad Dick likes his players to dress professionally when entering the event venue. He believes it is a good example for gamers to be pro in everything they do. If they do not have the proper attire they will be in Eximius shirts representing Eximius sponsors. Eximius is always in a tie setting a good example for the younger players and future generations of eSports.
Electronic sports, or ”eSports,” is a term for organized video game competitions, especially between professionals. The most common video game genres associated with electronic sports are real-time strategy, fighting, first-person shooter, and multiplayer online battle arena. Tournaments such as the World Cyber Games, the Evolution Championship Series, and the Intel Extreme Master. Recently eSports has grown immensely in certain viewers, tournaments and games. The time to get into eSports for games like Counter-Strike Global Offensive is now according to this chart below:
USA GAMING INDUSTRY 43% of gamers are women most over 18. 42% of gamers play at least more than 1 hour per week. 50% of Americans are gamers in some sort of fashion whether console or PC Most gamers play up to twelve years of their life. 54% of Americans have purchased or plan to purchase one or more games in 2014 COMPETITIVE GAMING Most are college kids or young professionals The average ages of competitive pro players are from 17-26 These ages have the money to spend on products to increase their hardware power. Most of these people get at least one friend involved close to them to join them. REGULAR AVID PLAYER (LARGEST DIVISION) Always looking at the pro players for tips and tricks Wants to mimic or shadow the player do what they do, use what they use, play how they play. Spectates their demos, and their matches. Reference: Check Six for Demographic Research.
Brad Dick is the owner of Eximius Sports originally founded as w00tt Gaming in 1998. The name was changed when Mr. Dick stopped playing professionally and opened the organization, “Eximius Sports.” This was done to pursue a dream of creating a professional organization with various different games under the Eximius name. That dream came true. Mr. Dick’s first job is a History/Computer teacher, he has been teaching in Oklahoma City, OK for over 8 years and been coaching wrestling for 13 years. He has also been invited to represent the state of Oklahoma on Team USA Oklahoma wrestling as a coach. He has also been Oklahoma Coach of the Year in 2011-2012. He has mentored young people throughout his career outside the world of eSports. Mr. Dick believes that professionalism is not only how you play, but how you represent yourself and your team. Family always comes first in anything you do; Religion is big in his life as he is actively involved in his church youth group mentoring young people in Christ.
Eximius has the ability to put your company logo wherever you choose. We have the ability to give product information, upcoming releases on products, or even for our players to give a quote about your particular product you want released. Our site is very simple and user navigator friendly which is what we wanted. - www.teameximius.comwww.teameximius.com Product Releases Product Reviews From our Pros Company LinksSELL YOUR PRODUCT at Eximius Site !
Player Video Blogs, with your logo featured under the blog (Players will talk about their daily weeks and their gaming), Product Reviews by our professional players Features your new product releases on the website and any sales Eximius has the ability to sell your products from our site Contests featuring your product and company Eximius Sports has the capability of marketing one product for you or many.
Our team jerseys have always been our most popular source of reaching out to gamers. The events we attend every year are seen by thousands of gamers whether it be at ESEA LAN, or even a localized LAN that one of our players is attending.
Twitch.TV has given eSports a whole new way of marketing the players and organizations. The players can display themselves playing physically; and provide another video stream of their in game abilities. Your Company 100’s of THOUSANDS of VIEWERS
Our Eximius LIVE page at our website gives owner Brad Dick the ability to advertise while doing contests and giving out match predictions. Average viewer base is around 1,000 per stream. The Eximius LIVE page is used by Twitch.TV, we have the ability to put your company’s products and logo on this portion of the site
Steam is a program used for all gamers, we have a Steam page, “Eximius Sports.” The members we have on that are over 1,000 gamers. The number grows everyday. We have the ability to make announcements to all the gamers who join this page. Including contests, product reviews/reviews, and matches.
Eximius Sports Facebook page has many people on it and linked to over the years. We are one of the oldest organizations in North America. Eximius Sports Twitter has a direct feed to our site to enable our fans coming to our site to follow us when we display your product
ESEA LAN in Dallas, Texas every year. Here we would compete against the 7 other best teams in the world in Counter-Strike GO. This is our first priority is promoting eSports in NA and the United States. We hope to attend a LAN overseas in Europe, but currently have not had the financial backing needed.
Eximius Sports is one of the oldest and greatest gaming organizations in North America. Eximius Sports has been around since 1998, representing eSports and our sponsors. Eximius Sports holds its staff and players to the highest standards of professionalism, in order to promote the brands of our sponsors and get their products recognized. Our experience, passion and adaptability push us to represent our sponsors and provide us the edge over other organizations with similar interests.
Teams may come and go through several faces of leadership and structure, while Organizations are always researching to provide the organization the best possible outcome. When one team breaks up or dies, another steps in to take its place. We became an organization so that we can provide our clients a consistent experience with the Eximius brand. Through their trust in the brand it strengthens their relationship with the sponsors affiliated and rebranded in partnership. Eximius Sports understands the need to use social media and streaming in order to captivate the viewer.