HyperX sponsors PGL Dota 2 Major Bucharest

Silviu Stroie, PGL

HyperX, the gaming division of Kingston Technology Company, has announced that it has become the official peripherals sponsor of PGL Dota 2 Major Bucharest

This is just the latest in HyperX’s esports sponsorships, and it’ll see the company onsite showing the latest products, offering giveaways, and providing show specials on HyperX accessories. HyperX sponsored teams are taking part in the tournament, such as Na’Vi and Team Liquid, and so this extension to the company’s involvement made sense. 

“We are pleased to work again with HyperX as our official peripherals partner for The Bucharest Major” said Silviu Stroie, CEO, PGL. “We want to keep up the tradition of PGL Majors that offer the best of Dota 2 action and entertainment. HyperX has always supported us in achieving our goals, both technical and creative. Our partnership will not only add to the value of the event but will also allow fans travelling to the Polyvalent Hall the opportunity to experience first-hand the quality of HyperX peripherals”.

The PGL Dota 2 Major Bucharest will take place in the Romanian capital in Polyvalent Hall; the offline events will be between March 4th and 11th whilst the finals at the Hall will be between March 9-11th. HyperX has joined Deutsche Telekom as one of the Bucharest’s Major’s key sponsors. 

Annie L. Gerard, Global Strategic Marketing, HyperX noted: “We are excited to be a part of the PGL Major Bucharest and continue our support of the Dota 2 community with the best in class gaming products.

“PGL continues to deliver an exceptional level of production and experience for fans and HyperX is proud to support this monumental event.”

Esports Insider says: This caps quite a year for HyperX in the world of esports and follows on from fairly recent announcements regarding its sponsorship of NBA 2K League teams, and its crossover partnerships with some of the NBA teams themselves. This certainly won’t be the last we hear from the Kingston Technology brand as we move into 2018.