TimTheTatman spent almost 10 years as a personality streamer without being part of an organization. That came to an end, however, when he announced on the air today that he was joining Complexity.
Tim is known for being a lifelong Cowboys fan and talks about the team every day. Therefore, joining the Cowboy-owned esports organization was in perfect harmony with his feelings.
Details of the deal were not disclosed, but while discussing it with his audience, Tim said he is a content creator and part of the org.
Tim recently visited Dallas for the Cowboys season opener. While there, he visited Complexity's headquarters and met with Jerry Jones, owner of the Cowboys.
Before making his decision, Tim said he spoke to "many" organizations, but it felt like "destiny" to team up with an organization associated with his favorite traditional sports team.
Tim said he'll be holding a beer and produce-filled meetup at The Star in Frisco, Texas, to kickstart his partnership with Complexity. TimTheTatman jerseys are already available on the organization's website.
TimTheTatman already has a number of sponsors including LG, Herman Miller, HyperX, Chipotle, FanDuel and Streamlabs.
Earlier this month, Tim made a splash in the live streaming market by switching from Twitch to streaming to YouTube.
Immediately after his transition to the platform, Tim eclipsed 100.000 concurrent viewers in his first stream on YouTube. And it didn't take long for it to amass over 10.000 paid members (the equivalent of YouTube's Twitch subscription).