Dignitas is an international esports team with one of the most iconic and recognizable brands in the professional gaming industry that fields teams in many of esports' largest and most popular games. Dignitas' innovative and authentic brand position offers a premier opportunity for partners seeking a direct portal into the gaming and esports market. Previously branded as Team Dignitas, the organization was originally formed in September 2003 with the merger of two Battlefield 1942 teams.
In September 2016, Team Dignitas was acquired by the Philadelphia 76ers of the National Basketball Association. Dignitas is a part of the Harris Blitzer Sports & Entertainment family of innovative and competitive holdings owned by an investor group led by Managing Partners Josh Harris and David Blitzer, which also includes the New Jersey Devils of the National Hockey League, and the Prudential Center, a multi-purpose arena in Newark, N.J.
In September 2019, Dignitas formed a new parent company, New Meta Entertainment (NME), a digital sports and entertainment company operating in three primary verticals: esports teams, content and marketing, and investments. Michael Prindiville is the CEO of New Meta Entertainment.