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Location Paris, France France
Owners Joël Digbeu Zadi (JoelPostbad)
Alexandre Cao (Alex Le Piéton)
Sponsors/Partners Nicecactus FR
Other games Dragon Ball FighterZ
Street Fighter V

BMS ESPORTS (BMS) is an Esports team based in Paris, France. The team was founded in 2021 by the French influencer and former manager of AS Monaco Esports JoelPostbad. BMS announced the signing of Raflow on July 1st, 2021[1] and announced the signing of Ogey a few weeks after, on July 27th, 2021[2]. On September 23rd, 2021, BMS announced the arrival of Neeroz from the French structure Clutch Rayn on a transfer. His contract with BMS started on November 8th, 2021[3] On June 15th, 2022, BMS signed the 13 years old prodigy crêpe salée. On November 11th, 2022, BMS completed its roster by signing Bloom4Eva[4].

Current smashers[edit]

Professional smashers[edit]

ID Name Game Main(s) Join Date
France Raflow Arda Imrek Super Smash Bros. Ultimate PalutenaHeadSSBU.png 2021-07-01
France Ogey Rayane Noubli Super Smash Bros. Ultimate CaptainFalconHeadSSBU.png 2021-07-27
France Neeroz Jean-Paul Nagbo Super Smash Bros. Ultimate PikachuHeadSSBU.png 2021-11-08
France crêpe salée Unknown name Super Smash Bros. Ultimate WarioHeadSSBU.png 2022-06-15
United Kingdom Bloom4Eva Oliver Alexander Super Smash Bros. Ultimate BayonettaHeadSSBU.png 2022-11-11

Other Famous Players[edit]

  • France Marwan Berthe (Wawa KazuyaHeadSSBU.png) Dragon Ball FighterZ professional player and EVO 2022 champion.
  • France Nathan Massol (Mister Crimson) Street Fighter V professional player and Red Bull Kumite 2021 winner.


  • The name of the team comes from a former dietary supplement company ran by the two founders of BMS, called Be Mutated Suppz.

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