North Us organisation Dignitas has employed Jeremy Dempe as its Home of Content.
In the role, Dempe can oversee Dignitas’ producers in the usa and Sweden and look growing the organisation’s content workforce over time.
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It’s said that over 1,000 applications were received by simply Dignitas for the role involving Director of Content, nonetheless Dempe stood out as a result of both his cinematography expertise and analytical know-how. Dignitas has recently launched two fresh content series, an LCS documentary named ‘Odyssey’ plus a CS:GO series named ‘Off the Record.’
Heather Garozzo, Vp of Marketing at Dignitas, chatted on the hire: “It’s already been an exciting 12 months regarding Dignitas. We acquired a LCS team, recruited the most effective CS:GO teams inside the game’s history and won the Rocket League European Shining. After leveling up the competitive teams, our next thing was leveling up the content team. We’re pleased to welcome one of the best Cinematographers in esports to the Dignitas family.
“Jeremy can lead all VOD plus live stream content strategy once we aim to tell some of the best reports in esports through the charismatic and dedicated roster of players and content material creators.”
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Prior to joining Dignitas, Dempe served as a developer and cinematographer for 100 Thieves. He has also presented the position of Content Innovative Director for IGC brand names Immortals, MIBR, and La Valiant, and worked to be a videographer for Gravity Brand names before he entered esports.
Dempe commented in the new venture: “I’m therefore happy to be working with they at Dignitas. The Dignitas brand has such a prolonged history to build on and a chance to continue building that musical legacy through world class content is incredibly exciting. I think old supporters and new fans may have a lot to look forward to!”
Esports Insider says: Dempe is undoubtedly experienced in creating content for major brands inside esports so he appears like a very suitable choice regarding Dignitas, despite the huge amount appealing in the role from other folks. Content is increasingly becoming a significant component of brand-building in the industry therefore it’s good to see Dignitas ensuring its capability to stand out on this front.
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