EVOS Esports kidnaps FattahZie, J Hunter & Qontra as new Brand Ambassadors & Head of Talent
Told in a snicker-worthy Paranormal Activity-turned-thriller video, Southeast Asia's leading esports organisation, EVOS Esports, has revealed that they've recruited some of Malaysia's most prominent gaming talents into their league - Facebook Gaming streamer Fattah “FattahZie” Zakaria, and shoutcasters Azrul "J Hunter" Anwar and Aaron “Qontra” Chan.
This surprise announcement happened over the weekend, and was unveiled on Facebook and YouTube. To elaborate further, FattahZie and J Hunter are EVOS Esports' latest brand ambassadors, while Qontra will be taking on a more managerial role as Head of Talent in Malaysia and Singapore, to handle partnerships and talent recruitment.
It's star-studded addition for EVOS Esports. FattahZie has been streaming video games for around two years, with a 550,000-strong fan base on Facebook that has been entertained endlessly by his streams of PUBG Mobile, Mobile Legends: Bang Bang and various PC games. And J Hunter is a veteran in the scene as well, starting out as a Street Fighter V professional player before progressing to podcasts and informative gaming livestreams, along with shoutcasting tournaments like the PUBG Mobile Global Championship Season Zero (PMGC 2020) and the PUBG Mobile Professional League Malaysia/Singapore (PMPL MY/SG).
Finally, Qontra was an Operations Manager for another esports organisation RSG, and even worked at Astro, Battle Arena Malaysia & Convergys prior to this. A shoutcaster for four years and counting, he had the privilege of shoutcasting multiple high-profile tournaments that include M2 MLBB World Championship, Free Fire World Cup 2019 and the PMCO Global Finals 2019 (PUBG Mobile Club Open) Prelims.