About Team New Age
Team New Age, Inc. was founded in June of 2020 by 3 longtime friends – Aaron Kirshenberg, Joaquin Delmar and Shin Mitsuno. One of the main goals Team New Age had was to bridge the gap between esports and lifestyle and transcend the world of conventional esports.
Everyday Team New Age, also referred to as TNA, strives to create an environment with incredible likeminded creators, competitive gamers, and staff to grow together and inspire others.
Welcome to the New Age.
Meet The Founders
Co-founder | CEO
Born and raised in Manhattan, NY, Aaron has spent most of his life in the Big Apple. He went to Trinity College where he obtained a BS in Environmental Science . He recently left his role as an Analyst at a Private Equity firm in NYC to work on Team New Age. Aaron has always been a gamer, beginning with the PlayStation 1 and playing FIFA 2002. He eventually discovered first-person shooters and spent most of his teenage years playing Call of Duty. Outside of gaming he is a huge Liverpool FC fan and has played soccer his whole life.
Co-founder | CFO
Born in Manhattan, NY, Joaquin grew up in the suburbs of NYC. He went to Swarthmore College where he pursued an Economics major with a History minor. He now works for an investment bank as an analyst in FIG Corporate Banking. Joaquin has always been an avid sports fan – he played soccer his whole life. Joaquin initially got into gaming as a kid playing Pokémon on the Nintendo DS, eventually moving on to games on Xbox such as GTA and FIFA. Now, he mostly games on Fortnite and Civ V.
Co-founder | CTO
Shin was born in Tokyo, Japan, but at a young age moved to Manhattan, NY. He is a recent graduate of the University of Maryland College Park, where he studied Computer science and Economics. Shin has played video games his whole life, growing up with Nintendo games. He was an avid player of Call of Duty Zombies, and moved on to play FIFA and Fortnite. Shin’s main responsibilities include maintenance of the team’s website and store, along with the automation/optimization of day-to-day tasks.