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Rush B Media returns to esports scene with refreshed focus on counter-strike coverage

Posted : 24 April 2024

After a hiatus of two years, Rush B Media, a prominent esports news outlet, has reemerged with a revamped team and renewed focus.


The volunteer-based relaunch signals a return to delivering comprehensive coverage of Counter-Strike esports events and news, aiming to fill gaps in community stories that often go unnoticed.


Following a teaser in March, Rush B officially announced its comeback on April 22nd, leveraging X (formerly Twitter) as its platform of choice.


Liam Slevin, a former Rush B Writer and the newly appointed Editor in Chief, outlined the outlet’s refreshed direction, emphasizing a commitment to spotlighting overlooked narratives within the Counter-Strike scene.


The relaunched Rush B remains dedicated to nurturing aspiring writing talent, providing a platform for up-and-coming writers to make their mark in the esports industry.


With Slevin leading the editorial team, supported by Adam ‘Incipiens’ Conway as Managing Editor and Jacob ‘haloflyer’ Halfman overseeing technical aspects, Rush B aims to cultivate a diverse roster of writers passionate about innovative storytelling.


The new writing team, comprising talents like Emile ‘armchairigl’ Morales and Joaqin ‘mitsuha’ Valencerina, alongside veteran broadcast talent Sam ‘Tech Girl’ Wright, signifies Rush B’s commitment to a multifaceted approach to esports coverage.


Despite challenges posed by the industry's 'esports winter', Rush B's resurgence represents a beacon of hope for esports media, aiming to inject fresh perspectives into the ever-evolving landscape of competitive gaming journalism.


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