Jago leaves Finger Cramp and returns to Empire Arcadia, EMP sets Guinness World record and Video X Games signs 5 figure sponsorship with the Empire

Posted by Steven 'Dreamking23' Chavez • August 5, 2012 at 3:13 p.m. PDT | Comments: 61
Empire Arcadia has released a few large bits of news this past week. First up, a video was released by the Empire showing Andre "Jago" Lambert walking through the God’s Arc, EMP's headquarters in New York, and at the end of the video stating, "I'm back".

Jago's contract with Finger Cramp recently expired and he will now be represented by the Empire once again. Below you'll find the video embed and a statement from EMP|Triforce about Jago's return to Empire Arcadia.
It is important for some of our veteran players to experience the true nature of the industry and what it has in mind for them, versus what they have in mind for themselves. What Jago needs, only Empire Arcadia can provide. He’s back with the Empire.
It was posted on both the Guinness World records Twitter page and Empire Arcadia's company FAQ that EMP has set the record for most tournament wins for a gaming team. Also, Video X Games has signed a 5 figure sponsorship deal with the Empire.

Below is the press release that was posted on the Test Your Might forums.

The Video X Games Foundation, the Caribbean’s premier digital entertainment company who recently hosted the Caribserve Video X Games has signed a endorsement partnership with the premier gaming franchise of the world: Empire Arcadia. This comes at the heels of Empire Arcadia being named by Guinness World Book of Records as the Team with the most documented tournament wins in the world. The endorsement deal means that the island of St. Maarten, through VxG, will be endorsed by Empire Arcadia, all of its media and all of its premier players. Players will wear shirts bearing the VxG – St. Maarten logo as the largest logo on their shirts, and will tell all their fans about St. Maarten and the VxG tournament.

“We are honored to have been selected by Empire Arcadia as the main organization that they will endorse. They could have chosen from thousands of companies and organizations around the world to endorse, but our island is fortunate to receive this endorsement, as the exposure we would receive through the Guinness World Record, as well as their success in tournaments and in other media means that millions of people around the world will come to know our island. We basically have become synonymous with the world’s most winning franchise as recognized by Guinness World Records.”

Huge shout out to Rolando Brison of Video X Games. Tips by DMG|Hyena, ltzBoshyTime, biosnake20, Joe Lewis, rl.eustache and a few anonymous submitters.
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