French esports organisation Team Vitality are in a good place at the moment, as not only have they impressed the League of Legends community by playing well at Worlds, but they've also lifted the first CS:GO trophy with their new team at the DreamHack Open Atlanta, and now they've announced even more good news.
Vitality has received an investment of 20 million euros from entrepreneur Tej Kohli, courtesy of his company Rewired.gg, which Vitality says will allow them to "accelerate this process even further to bring Vitality closer to our goal of being one of the best esports teams in the world."
Kohli is also joining the management team, but the organisation will continue to be managed the way it was before.
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