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Complexity signs partnership with NFT platform ARterra – Esports Insider

North American esports holding company GameSquare Esports, the owners of Complexity Gaming, has secured an agreement with NFT platform ARterra. As a result, Complexity and ARterra will collaborate on the platform’s official launch. Moreover, ARterra has been named the official NFT marketplace of Complexity Gaming as well as the organisation’s exclusive NFT platform. RELATED: G2 Esports launches NFT ‘social club’ […]

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Juked.gg secures strategic partnership with Gaingels and The Mini Fund – Esports Insider

Esports-focused social media network Juked.gg has announced a strategic partnership with investment syndicate Gaingels and The Mini Fund, an advisory and investment fund. The deal includes a strategic investment round, led by both Gaingels and The Mini Fund, with participation from Jeremy Terman, Owner of the esports organisation Kansas City Pioneers, and entrepreneur John Ebbert. RELATED: Dennis ‘Thresh’ Fong joins […]

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EPOS and BLAST Premier announce two-year renewal – Esports Insider

CS:GO esports series BLAST Premier has announced a two-year extension with audio peripherals brand EPOS. As a result of the renewal, both entities will continue the ‘Push to Talk’ podcast series. Moreover, EPOS will receive exposure across BLAST Premier’s seven events in 2022. RELATED: BLAST Premier reveals 2022 plans with $2.47m total prize pool EPOS has become the third partner […]

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LDN UTD announces noblechairs partnership – Esports Insider

London-based esports organisation LDN UTD has secured a partnership with gaming chair brand noblechairs. As LDN UTD’s official gaming chair supplier, noblechairs’ logo will feature across the organisation’s 2022 jersey. In addition, LDN UTD’s Centre of Excellence will be provided with the brand’s chairs. RELATED: Blockchain startup Cudos partners with LDN UTD According to the release, the supplied chairs will […]

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EPIC.LAN renews Intel partnership for 2022 – Esports Insider

UK-based gaming and esports event organiser EPIC.LAN has renewed its partnership with multinational technology company Intel for 2022. As a result of the renewal, the company will remain the headline sponsor of EPIC.LAN’s CS:GO events taking place throughout 2022. RELATED: EPIC.LAN and Overclockers UK extend partnership Intel will collaborate with EPIC.LAN through technology demonstrations at events and giveaways. Moreover, the company will look […]

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Astralis extends partnership with Esportal – Esports Insider

Danish esports organisation Astralis has extended its partnership with matchmaking platform Esportal. Astralis announced that the renewal of the partnership will include a number of new content pieces on social media and YouTube, as well as a variety of activations. RELATED: Astralis Group joins forces with CS:GO matchmaking platform Esportal Astralis and Esportal first signed a partnership in June 2021, […]

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Version1 signs multi-year deal with eFuse – Esports Insider

North American esports organisation Version1 has announced a multi-year agreement with esports platform eFuse. As a result, eFuse has been established as Version1’s official strategic branding and competition partner. Moreover, the platform’s branding will be featured on Version1’s Rocket League in-game cosmetic add-ons.  RELATED: eFuse appoints Board of Advisors In addition to in-game exposure, the platform’s promotional rights have been […]

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Galaxy Racer: Investing in the future of MENA esports – Esports Insider

Leading esports brands, athletes and celebrities have predominantly focused on engaging with esports communities across South East Asia, North America and Europe. The Middle East & North Africa (MENA) region’s potential, meanwhile, arguably remains largely untapped. This is despite the fact that MENA is one of the fastest-growing esports ecosystems in the world — counting around 100 million gamers in […]

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Esports Engine announced as official broadcast partner for Call of Duty League – Esports Insider

Esports operations company Esports Engine has been named the official broadcasting partner of the upcoming Call of Duty League (CDL) season, Activision Blizzard and Esports Engine announced. Esports Engine will bring a number of new features to the CDL, including a new and expanded pre-game show, new always-on player cameras, live feeds of players on the HUD, and more.  RELATED: […]

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