In a surprising move, Luke ‘iFerg’ Fergie, the popular content creator who has excelled at shooter games for a while now, has become the co-owner of Tribe Gaming, a North America-based mobile Esports and content creation organization. The creator first rose to fame while playing Call of Duty Mobile competitively, something which he’s still doing. Simultaneously, he has jumped onto games like Apex Legends Mobile to establish himself as the top player on the global leaderboard.
Tribe Gaming is set to dominate with Ferg on board
Ferg and Tribe Gaming have also unveiled a new project and merch line called “Tribe Frags”, which has a YouTube channel that started off on a rather goofy note with a video titled “Ferg Controls My Life For 24 Hours”, which involves another popular creator, Imow, being given certain embarrassing tasks to do in public. The purpose of this particular project is to be “the cultural center of mobile FPS” and also, to be the new home to mobile FPS content on YouTube.
Now, it seems like this was something iFerg had planned to do for a while, since one of his tweets from early 2020, says “It’s my dream to build a content creation empire with millions of people following from all around the world. I will do everything in my power to make that a reality.”
What Tribe Gaming does after this should be interesting and with Ferg’s mindset, it should get even more competitive than things were before. Tribe Gaming has gotten some very popular creators on board already like Imow and HawksNest to mention a few, so they are looking at a strong base to build off of.
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