Big news! 🎉🎊— Jayne (@AskJayne) November 15, 2019
I'll be moving on from my position with the @DallasFuel in order to create personal and org content full time with @Envy at their HQ! You're going to see content like you've never seen before, and it all starts December 1st! 📆
See you then! 🥳
Earlier this year, Jayne founded Elo Hell Esports, an organization that specializes in executing events and workshops through the use of in-house technologies such as community events, media production, broadcast services, tournament organization, and team building.
Jayne currently serves as the company’s creative director and has previously found success by posting tip videos on YouTube for fellow Overwatch players looking to climb the leaderboards and find competitive, professional success in esports.
In addition, Jayne said that coaching the Dallas Fuel was “more of a time commitment” than he thought it would be, which has in-turn led to him recently shifting his focus to producing content that benefits both the professional and semi-professional sports scenes in Overwatch.
It’s likely that Envy will look to take advantage of Jayne’s recent success in the content creation community, as well as his streaming career, to help elevate the company. Earlier this week, Envy also revealed a new headquarters location in Dallas, Texas where the Dallas Fuel and the Dallas Empire, both part of the Call of Duty league, practice at.
Also, Jayne has said that he will be creating content for Envy directly from its Dallas headquarters, so while he may be leaving the team as a coach, it’s not likely that he will be absent from the team in many capacities.