Former Brazil international and Barcelona midfield maestro Ronaldo de Assis Moreira, popularly known as Ronaldinho Ga\u00facho is launching his <em>eSports<\/em> team.\r\n\r\nAnd it\u2019s not just Ronaldinho involved in the new eSports team. Gaming merchandise brand <em>SCUF Gaming<\/em> is also part of the plans with Ronaldinho announcing that SCUF will be designing the <em>controllers<\/em> for R10\u2019s pro players.\r\n\r\nIn eSports and competitive level gaming, one controller doesn\u2019t fit all. With SCUF onboard, <em>R10<\/em> pro players will be sporting highly tweaked controllers.\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/twitter.com\/10Ronaldinho\/status\/1179835203507953664\r\n\r\nBesides the upcoming eSports team launch, Ronaldinho has also been involved in other eSports events.\r\n\r\n\u201cThe R10 team is actually my second project in esports. In 2018, we created the eLigaSul to start in the world of e-football: we wanted to become a strong organization both in the FIFA environment and in Pro Evolution Soccer. I am very happy because I can proudly say that we have achieved it: with eLigaSul, we are PES world champions!\u201d Said the SCUF Gaming ambassador.\r\n\r\nIt\u2019s not clear what game <em>R10<\/em> will be competing in. Chances are high it will be a <em>PES 2020<\/em> esports team considering the close ties the star has with <em>Konami<\/em> - eFootball\u2019s developer and publisher. The current Barcelona and Konami partnership, as well as the fact he featured in <em>PES 2020<\/em>, could mean R10 is a PES team. He could as well be about to focus on <em>FIFA 20<\/em>, the <em>EA Sports<\/em> soccer simulator franchise.\r\n\r\nFor those who can remember, the Barcelona ambassador, last year, also launched his cryptocurrency as part of a long term eSports plan to develop <em>digital VR<\/em> stadiums. Now, with the new eSports team in the pipeline, the sky is no limit for the 2002 World Cup winner.\r\n\r\nThe craze for eSports amongst soccer stars is on the rise. Besides Ronaldinho, several other players are being involved.\r\n\r\nArsenal\u2019s German duo Mesut Ozil and Bernd Leno also launched eSports teams.\r\n\r\nOzil\u2019s #teamsports debuted with FIFA 19 and is expected to also feature in the newly released FIFA 20. Partnering with eSports agency eSports Reputation which has some of the best pro player scouts. His Arsenal mate Bernd Leno is also keen on his Leno Sports team. He was recently spotted with his team at the <em>2019 FIFA eWorld Cup<\/em> at London\u2019s O2 Arena in August.\r\n\r\nLeicester\u2019s Austrian defender Christian Fuchs also has an eSports team; NoFuchsGiven eSports Academy, that seeks to nurture eSports talent.\r\n\r\nAnd it's not the players only, several top clubs including Manchester City, AS Roma, West Ham and a few others have eSports teams.