ELEAGUE has got another big name sponsor on board in the form of Dell, which has also signed up to be the competition’s ‘Official Hardware Provider’ powered by Alienware.
From the next season ELEAGUE will use the Alienware Aurora with Dell 24-inch 144Hz gaming monitor as their competition system.
Seth Ladetsky, Senior Vice President of Sales, Turner Sports stated: “The world’s best gamers demand bleeding edge hardware that keep them at their best. ELEAGUE is proud to welcome Dell as a key partner, supporting the passionate esports community and delivering the high-performance hardware needed to fuel ELEAGUE’s thrilling competition all year long.”
Bryan deZayas, Director, Dell Gaming commented: “The popularity of PC gaming is at an all-time high, with hardware alone forecasted to exceed $35 billion by the end of 2018, thanks to the introduction of VR and excitement created by esports and gaming tournaments. We are very proud to continue investing in gamers around the world by introducing a new Inspiron gaming line and partnering with ELEAGUE to power and support the esports community, which is projected to reach 145 million fans in 2017.”
Esports Insider says: ELEAGUE has now signed up Snickers, Dell and Arby’s amongst others as sponsors. The power of television still speaks to these companies and ELEAGUE’s growth in its second season will have made an impact too.