Nigma Galaxy, the esports division of Dubai-based gaming and esports firm Galaxy Racer, has appointed Jan Hoffmann, previously of Fnatic and Rix.GG, as its new Head of Operations.
Within the function, Hoffmann is accountable for all operational areas of Nigma Galaxy. Along with the model’s operations, Hoffmann can even deal with new initiatives supporting the feminine esports scene.
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Hoffmann joins Nigma Galaxy following year-long tenures because the CEO of British esports organisation Rix.GG and as a Director of X1 Esports, a Canadian esports and leisure firm. Throughout his time at Fnatic, he held the function of Head of Crew Operations and was the organisation’s Crew Director for its League of Legends staff.
Alongside being accountable for Nigma Galaxy’s operations, Hoffmann can even oversee all the model’s esports rosters. This consists of its Dota 2, CS:GO, and most just lately, Cellular Legends: Bang Bang groups.
Following the merger of Crew Nigma into Galaxy Racer in September 2021, Nigma Galaxy continues to develop its choices throughout the gaming and esports industries. In April 2022, the model hosted its Rising Stars League of Legends event, which included Etihad Airways and ADGaming as companions.
Hoffmann, the newly-appointed Head of Operations at Nigma Galaxy, spoke about his new function: “I’m very joyful to announce that I’ve joined Nigma Galaxy as Head of Operations.
“Nigma Galaxy is a world-class esports organisation all the time striving to be one of the best and to copy and construct on the success they already had previously. Working with this skilled group of esports veterans is extremely motivating and fills me with pleasure for the issues we’ve in retailer.”