EVOS Esports Announces J Hunter and FattahZie as Brand Ambassadors, Qontra as Head of Talent

EVOS Esports, the leading esports organization in Southeast Asia, has announced two top tier talents, Azrul "J Hunter" Anwar and Fattah “FattahZie” Zakaria as their new Brand Ambassadors, with Aaron “Qontra” Chan as the new Head of Talent for the Malaysia and Singapore market.

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Azrul “J Hunter” Anwar is a veteran in the esports scene, wearing many hats with close to a decade of experience, beginning as a professional Street Fight V player, representing Malaysia in regional and international tournaments. Equipped with great production knowledge, J Hunter regularly produces podcasts and gaming livestreams to keep fans updated on the latest happenings in the Malaysian esports scene. He is well known as a prominent voice and shoutcaster in the broadcast realm of PUBG Mobile Global Championship, PMCO Global Finals and PMPL MYSG.

J Hunter has over 208,000 followers on his Facebook Gaming page.

Fattah “FattahZie” Zakaria began his online streaming journey in early 2019 with a burning passion for gaming and his desire to engage with the community around him. Fattah was only equipped with an iPad and mobile data when he did his first livestream. Nowadays, he streams daily playing games such as PUBG Mobile, Mobile Legends: Bang Bang and a variety of PC titles. Fattah has over 550,000 followers on his Facebook Gaming page and over 230,000 subscribers on YouTube.

Aaron “Qontra” Chan joins EVOS Esports as the Head of Talent Division for the Malaysia and Singapore market. The former Operations Manager of RSG have been in the media industry and has worked in companies such as Astro (MEASAT Broadcast Network Systems), Battle Arena Malaysia & Convergys. Aaron has four years of experience being a shoutcaster in multiple game titles for regional and world class tournaments such as the PUBG Mobile Global Championship, PUBG Mobile Star Challenge, PMCO Global Finals Prelims, M2 Mobile Legends: Bang Bang World Championship 2020, AOV International Championship, PUBG Nations Cup 2019 and Free Fire World Cup 2019.

Azrul “J Hunter” Anwar said, “I've been following EVOS Esports and EVOS VIP journey with great interest since the first PMCO (PUBG Mobile Club Open), with EVOS Esports supremacy in the international esports arena, it's natural for any esports talent to be attracted to be a part of such a great entity. The decision to move to EVOS Esports was easy for me since our goals to is to achieve greatness, not only in esports, but to provide quality content and entertainment. Looking forward to ‘roar’ together to success! #EVOSROAR. “

Fattah “FattahZie” Zakaria said, “When EVOS Esports approached me, I was extremely honoured and pleasantly surprised to get this offer. To be honest, being a brand ambassador is a heavy responsibility because I am representing a popular esports organization that is renowned globally. My goals in 2021 is continue uplifting EVOS Esports to a higher level and being a great brand ambassador.”

Aaron “Qontra” Chan said, "It feels like a dream come true to work with arguably the best esports organization in Southeast Asia. I will be taking on the role as Head of Talent for EVOS Esports in Malaysia and Singapore, where I will be handling partnerships and talent acquisition. The demand for esports content continues to rise, and we hope to groom more youths to be the icons of the next generation. We hope to connect and bridge the gap between brands and talents in the esports ecosystem in Southeast Asia.”​


About EVOS Esports

EVOS Esports is the leading esports organization in Southeast Asia; winning world championship titles; Mobile Legends: Bang Bang World Championship (M1) 2019 and Free Fire World Cup 2019.

EVOS Esports has raised a total of US$16.4M in Series A and B investment rounds to-date from Insignia Ventures Partners, Korea Investment Partners, Mirae Asset Ventures, Woowa Brothers, Indogen Capital, several family offices across Southeast Asia and Japan, a group of angel investors from Indonesian conglomerates; and the top-level management of a leading eCommerce player in China.

EVOS Esports currently manages 160 gaming influencers exclusively and are partners with over 200 esports talents, with a total following of over 64 million YouTube subscribers and over 62 million Instagram followers, and over 350 million views per month across Southeast Asia.

EVOS Esports was founded in 2017, housing competitive esports teams across six game titles. The 100-over employee company operates in four countries and three teams from EVOS represented Singapore and Indonesia in the SEA Games 2019.

Additionally, EVOS Esports provides talents with streaming contracts, brand endorsement deals, content programming, creator collaborations, digital rights management, monetization, offline event opportunities, manage their social media channels and content creation.

EVOS Esports has worked with more than 40 brands to date such as Yamaha, Visa, Axe (men’s grooming), Lazada (ecommerce arm of Alibaba Group), Axis (telecommunications), Pop Mie (instant noodles), Sukro, Top Coffee and J&T Express (logistics).
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