Red Reserve signed a new partnership with GT Omega Racing, the organisation announced through Twitter.
Red Reserve shared on Twitter the promotional video for the new partnership with GT Omega Racing. Founded in 2014 by controversial Youtuber Ricky “FaZe Banks” Banks, the team was acquired by Orbit Esports in 2017.
Playing in comfort is the only way to play.
We're very happy to announce @GTOmegaRacing as our newest partner!
Use code "RED" for a discount on your order.
— Red Reserve (@RedReserve) September 18, 2018
The organisation signed a deal with GT Omega Racing, a UK-based brand with over nine years of experience making gaming chairs. GT Omega Racing offers a broad variety of chairs, including gaming chairs and setups for simulations racing. The different products are available online and can be shipped to USA, UK, and Canada.
This is not the first deal of this kind the young organisation signs. Previously, Red Reserved was sponsored by E-Win Europe, a chair brand based in Germany. At the moment of this publication, the Twitter account of E-Win Europe was restricted due to unusual activity.
Red Reserve continues to grow with a new sponsorship for its three active teams. The organisation competes in Call of Duty, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and Hearthstone. Recently, the all Swedish CS:GO roster finished in fifth place at DreamHack Open Montreal 2018.
The Call of Duty team finished seventh at the 2018 Call of Duty World League Championship. The squad is headed to Las Vegas, Nevada where they are competing in the new Call of Duty World League. After the publication of the new format in the competition, Red Reserve announced Ben “Bance” Bance as the fifth member of the team.
Esports Insider says: According to Rhys “Rated” Price on Twitter, the team is heading to the United States soon. Red Reserve is starting the boot camp prior to the event set to start on December 7. As the team moves forward, they need all the support they can get and GT Omega Racing is helping with that.