Rogue introduces the Rogue Nation membership club
The fan club will offer both free and paid subscriptions
The Rogue eSports group owned by ReKTGlobal is capitalizing on its popularity. The organization has announced the launch of a new fan club, Rogue Nation, which offers both free and paid subscriptions to followers of the club. Fullcube, a company that offers insider relationship program platforms for brands such as NASCAR and NFL Alumni, helped put the new fan club together.
The free option gives members benefits like access to community tournaments and virtual watch parties. It also provides eligibility for the group’s Junior Rogue platform. The paid subscription offers three tiers – Rare for $4.97 a month, Epic for $9.97 a month and Legendary for $19.97 a month. The Legendary subscription offers fans the ability to qualify for online group coaching, early access to pre-orders and announcements and a Rogue jersey after making ten consecutive monthly payments. All of the levels, including the free option, offer members the ability to compete with and against well-known Rogue players, including Benjamin “DrLupo,” who is also a regular Fortnite streamer.
Frank Villarreal, the president and co-founder of Rogue, said in a statement, “When we started organizing Rogue Nation, we really wanted to make a place where we could interact with our fans and give our fans the chance to become part of Rogue, and that’s exactly what has happened. When we began testing out the idea in beta, we quickly gained traction with over 10K fans, which led to AMAs, community tournaments, watch parties, and great conversations with the Rogue Nation members. Due to the positive response, we’re so excited to show what we’ll be able to do with the new tiers.”