Sector Six Apparel is the latest company to join the ranks of OpTic Gaming‘s holding company, Infinite Esports & Entertainment. The apparel brand is now among the ever-growing portfolio of Neil Leibman and Chris Chaney‘s firm.
Announcing the acquisition on Twitter, Zachary Sass, Owner, Sector Six Apparel said the following: “As our fans probably noticed, Sector Six was on the quiet side these last few months. Our social media presence was allowed to lapse – and not without good reason. After all, when you have something potentially game-changing on the table, you want to make sure you get it locked down.”
“This definitely counts: we are happy to confirm that we are now part of the Infinite Esports & Entertainment family, working under the same aegis as OpTic Gaming, Allegiance, and many other pioneering esports brands,” Sass continued.
Sector Six Apparel lists OpTic Gaming, The Gosu Crew, Carnage, Team Allegiance, Continuum, and Apotheon, on its website among the teams it has provided apparel for previously.
Sass elaborated on why Sector Six decided to embrace its new parent company: “Under the Infinite umbrella, we have gained access to full time apparel and merchandise designers along with a team of marketers. Moving into the Infinite family, we gain access to multiple professional organisations that will help expand our each into the esports industry.”
Infinite Esports & Entertainment already counts OpTic Gaming, OpTic League of Legends, Houston Outlaws, Team Allegiance, GG Esports Academy, NGAGE Esports, Triggerfish, No Scope Media, and most recently Obey Alliance as part of its network of companies.
Esports Insider says: It appears as if Infinite Esports & Entertainment is building an entire ecosystem around its competitive gaming brands, so it can be sustainable as a whole without relying on its biggest name: OpTic Gaming.