After a brief but reinvigorating hiatus, nerdRage are primed to return to the UK scene as they look to re-establish the organisation in esports.

With 12 months out of the limelight, nerdRage are ready to continue where they left off when they announced their departure in February of 2018 as they look to work with talented teams and individuals.

nerdRage have a number of announcements at the ready with the first team of the organisations new era already having been recruited. Esports won’t be nerdRage’s only focus as new nerdRage Streaming Academy is being formed.  

Founders, Rupert “Rudiak” Cary and Paul “Despise” Barcz have recruited a number of support staff to help operate the organisation.

Rudiak is looking forward to being back in 2019:

I’m excited for what the future holds under the new management of nerdRage. I’m hoping that by bringing an enthusiastic and fresh approach to the table it will help restore the brand to its former glory.


New General Manager, Adam Hughes will come into nerdRage to oversee the operational side of the esports team as nerdRage look to strengthen their content and social media presence in the UK and European scene.

To aid with the recruitment of teams, players and streamers, Scuzy has been recruited. He will act as a go between for the players/streamers and the organisation as he aims to recruit the best possible talent for nerdRage.