The GFL Partners With EBI
Here at the GFL, we are working every day behind the scenes building our brand. This is often manifested by teaming up with real world brands and events. Our aim is to establish a long lasting recognizable brand.
That’s why we are thrilled to announce that we are partnering with the Eddie Bravo Invitational, which coincides with the return of EBI 19.
The GFL staff are massive fans of combat sports. And with the return of the Eddie Bravo Invitational and EBI 19, we thought it was the perfect time to team up.
Simply put, EBI is one of the most exciting formats in combat sports. By innovating and tweaking the rules of submission grappling, Eddie Bravo and his team have created one of the best shows in fighting today.
Additionally, EBI has been a proving ground and maker of future stars in fighting. Garry Tonon, Gordon Ryan, Craig Jones, Eddie Cummings, Geo Martinez, and Boogeyman Martinez all made a name for themselves partly through EBI.
By partnering with EBI, we are further cementing our foothold in the world of combat sports. As we work building out a game, we will continue to leverage these positions.
Why Eddie Bravo?
Let’s face it, Eddie Bravo is unlike any other in combat sports. His unorthodox approach to grappling was originally dismissed, but he proved its worth in battle.
Eddie Bravo is an innovator. He forever changed jiu-jitsu and combat sports by doing things his way.
Eddie forged his own path.
How does this relate to the Galactic Fight League?
The GFL isn’t just any game. It’s not just another lame NFT project, either. As a P2E game integrated with the blockchain, we are taking a bold leap into the future. A future where a person can take control of their digital assets without mega-corporations or governments interfering.
We know that Eddie Bravo agrees in the overall ethos of people taking more ownership of their lives. And we are excited about the future of the GFL and EBI.
(Psst… tune in during the broadcast for a special announcement)