UK esports organisation Choke Gaming are making a comeback.
Former Perilous Void team manager Tomas “Chin” Davis has been appointed Choke’s new manager.
A full announcement – including roster details – is expected to be made in a few days.
Were back! please welcome our new Manager Tom “Chin” Davies @2Chins_ more announcments in the coming days
— CHOKE (@ChokeGaming) 8 January 2017
Last August, Choke announced they were becoming ‘temporarily inactive’ after their previous manager Tom Villiers stepped down.
Choke went through a difficult spell last summer, with players leaving, some complaining they were paid late, and a lack of sponsors meant they took some time out.
Prior to that, former manager Vincent Clarke was booted out by Choke management at parent company eSports Interactive earlier in 2016, with a legal dispute between the two.
At i57 in March 2016, there was an altercation between former managers Vince and Tom.
With all that behind them now, let’s hope Choke can look forwards and improve their reputation as they return to the competitive gaming scene.
Check back on Esports News UK later this week for the full scoop.
Dom is an award-winning writer who graduated from Bournemouth University with a 2:1 degree in Multi-Media Journalism in 2007.
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