TikTokers Josh Richards & Griffin Johnson becomes new investors in ReKTGlobal the parent company of the Call of Duty League’s London Royal Ravens franchise and Rogue.
Both TikTok fame and Sway house originals Josh Richards & Griffin Johnson becomes official co-owners
of the London Royal Ravens and Rogue of the League of Legends European Championship (LEC).
“Griffin and Josh have uniquely captured the attention of Generation Z and beyond, and their influence is undeniable. They are both incredible additions to the ReKTGlobal ownership team,” said Dave Bialek, CEO of ReKTGlobal. “They have strong business instincts, a unique talent for developing viral content, and an understanding of how to connect with younger audiences and casual gamers.”
Currently, both TikTok fames Richards (23.4M) and Johnson (9.8M) boast over 33 million followers and
almost the same on all other social platforms, ReKTGlobal envisions their massive online presence will play a
key role as the pair will develop new content, merchandise collaborations, and promotions with the Royal Ravens and Rogue.
“They are natural-born hustlers and have leveraged their TikTok fame to step into acting and music, becoming entrepreneurs and investors in the process,” Bialek added. “We couldn’t be more excited to welcome them to the ReKTGlobal family as we continue to bridge the gap between the world of esports, entertainment and pop culture.”
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Griffin also released almost same statement regarding this investment news.
“The fact that I can now say I own a part of London Royal Ravens and Team Rogue is unbelievably surreal,” he said. “I am thankful to Dave and Amish for allowing me into the ReKTGlobal family with open arms. Can’t wait to get to work and help bridge the gap between traditional social media and esports.”
Josh Richard is not investing in ReKTGlobal for the first time, back in May 2020 his talent management
company “TalentX Entertainment” collaborated with ReKTGlobal to create a joint venture “TalentX Gaming”
which basically revolves around managing eSports talents.
“Coming on as an investor to ReKTGlobal was genuinely a no-brainer,” he commented. “After a few meetings with the C-suite at ReKTGlobal, I knew this was something I wanted to be a part of.”
Both these TikTok stars are not the first one to invest in ReKTGlobal, there are many more celebrities who have invested in the same.