When looking at the League of Legends European Championship (LEC) and the spring split, Excel Esports didn't perform particularly well, sitting second from bottom with five wins and 13 losses, which might explain why they're looking for a team manager right now.
This is evident from a job listing on their site (thanks, Dot Esports), and this team manager will need to be able to live and work in the UK and Germany. Experience in esports or corporate manager roles are preferred, and this team manager will not only help the players go to these events, but also manage nutrition, fitness, performance, welfare, and more. They'll even assist with transfers.
Is this a good idea for Excel?