All good things must come to an end.
As one door closes, another one opens.
Today, we announce Pete Curulli has made the decision to step down as General Manager of Pentanet.GG
In just two years, Pentanet.GG has grown into one of the largest and most popular esports organisations in Australia, achieving outstanding success in our regional tournament (LCO) and global recognition in the 2021 Mid-Season Invitational (MSI).
We are extremely excited about what’s to come for PGG, and our fast-growing project pipeline has resulted in the need for full-time day to day management.
Pete has been and always will be a valued part of the PGG team, and we thank him for his contribution towards growing PGG into the industry leading organisation we are today.
“I can’t believe it’s only been a couple of years, because I take with me a lifetime of fond memories. Words are not enough to convey how thankful I am to the team, the staff, and the fans for the experience.”
PGG Founder Stephen Cornish said:
“It’s been a wild ride for PGG, and having Pete as part of the team has only added to the excitement of everything we’ve achieved so far.”
All of us at Team Pentanet wish Pete all the best with his endeavours.
We are WA’s own esports platform, creating real opportunities for gamers to work towards a professional career. It doesn’t matter what age, skill level, or interest – there’s a game for everyone!
Pentanet.GG launched into the Australian esports scene in 2020, competing in Oceanic Pro League (Pentanet.GG) and Oceanic Challenger Series (PGG.RISE).
Bringing Perth’s internet up to speed, Pentanet delivers next-generation internet speeds backed by local service and support from the company’s headquarters in Perth.
Pentanet owns and operates Perth’s largest Fixed Wireless network consisting of approximately 300km of dark fibre connecting multiple strategic metro tower locations. Delivering high speed internet to over 80% of the Perth metro area, Pentanet is proudly WA’s top-rated internet service provider.