British esports organisation Method has announced a partnership with information technology and hardware company MSI.
As part of the deal, MSI will supply desktop and laptop solutions for the team’s rosters across a multitude of games, including Method’s World of Warcraft Mythic Dungeon Invitational (MDI) and Arena World Championship teams, PUBG, Fortnite, Rocket League and FGC players.
As an organisation, Method is best known for their participation in World of Warcraft esports, alongside their raiding team’s success at competitive raiding, which includes a number of world first boss kills. Method will have a number of teams present at the upcoming Blizzcon 2018, with top-seeded rosters in WoW Arena, an American and European MDI rosters. Method also has a side competing in the current season of the Heroes of the Storm Global Championship in the European regionals.
Scott ‘Sco’ McMillan, Method co-owner and founder, had this to say about the announcement: “Method is thrilled to announce a new partnership with MSI, a leading gaming hardware company that has been involved in the competitive gaming scene since the very beginning. Method and MSI will work closely together to bring the very best in gaming hardware to Method’s professional gamers and world-class streamers. As a Twitch streamer myself, I am already excited about the increased FPS I am about to be getting in WoW BFA raids!”
MSI already holds sponsorships with top global esports brands, Fnatic, Cloud9 and Flash Wolves stand out while the brand also sponsors a number of sides and players in their local region of Asia.
The new partnership with MSI adds to Method’s growing list of partners, which includes Twitch, J!NX, Duality Media and Hideout.GG.
Esports Insider says: Method has started to make a lot more noise within esports in the last year, their inclusion in the Gfinity Elite Series and success in Heroes of the Storm plus their network of streamers including founder and active WoW raider, Scott “Sco” McMillan. With the organisation making headlines across multiple esports disciplines and their continued success in World of Warcraft, 2018 and beyond could see the organisation grow even further.