H4X suits up as apparel partner of Esports Awards 2018
The Esports Awards 2018 has announced the appointment of gaming clothing brand H4X as its official apparel partner.
H4X will also act as the official award partner for the award for ‘Esports Team of the Year’. This year’s Esports Awards will air on Monday, November 12th live from The Brewery in London.
Warren Fish, Head of Partnerships for the Esports Awards said the following in a statement: “We’re delighted to partner with H4X for the Esports Awards 2018. H4X have established themselves as a front runner since launching earlier this year and they are easily one of the top brands providing quality product to gamers in the industry. Their performance enhancing attire makes the gaming community stronger and, for this reason, we are delighted to be working with H4X to deliver fantastic apparel to the gamers attendings this year’s Awards.”
H4X became the official apparel supplier of ESL and DreamHack events in February of this year, and it entered a partnership with compLexity Gaming in June.
Jon Gurman, CEO of Moniker Inc. also discussed the partnership: “Esports Awards is the most prestigious event in the world of esports, and we’re proud and very excited to partner with the EA and applaud them for honoring the extraordinary talent of these amazing athletes, and celebrate their achievements and success globally. Esports fans and players are warriors and athletes and deserve technical and practical gear that looks as good as it performs. H4X.gg is inspired by the passion of competitive gamers, and reflects the mindset and aesthetic of esports champions.”
H4X is one of the main partners for DreamHack Atlanta, which runs from November 16-18th. The event itself will include collegiate tournaments for Fortnite and League of Legends, the Halo Championship Series Finals, the Brawlhalla World Championship, a CS:GO open competition, the Hi-Rez Expo, free-to-play LAN areas, and more.
Esports Insider says: H4X has been making big moves as of late by working alongside ESL, DreamHack, and compLexity – this news just adds to that. While people like to ridicule award ceremonies in esports, there will still be a lot of eyes on the event with countless high-profile players, teams, and personalities in attendance.
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