Gaming headset company Turtle Beach has partnered with RFRSH Entertainment‘s BLAST Pro Series for its upcoming Counter-Strike: Global Offensive tournament in Copenhagen, Denmark.
With the deal Turtle Beach becomes the official partner of BLAST Pro Series Copenhagen, which takes place over November 2nd-3rd.
BLAST Pro Series Copenhagen will be hosted out of the Royal Arena with six teams battling it out for $250,000. The organisations in attendance are Astralis, Cloud9, FaZe Clan, MIBR, Natus Vincere, and Ninjas in Pyjamas.
Andrew Lilien, VP of Marketing at Turtle Beach said: “We entered the PC gaming market this year with our all-new Atlas headsets and a plan to support top PC players, teams, and events like BLAST Pro Series. We’ve already seen some outstanding reviews for the Elite Atlas, in which Astralis played an integral role in designing. We’re excited to work with BLAST Pro Series in Copenhagen and see this as an ideal opportunity to showcase to fans in the arena, and those tuning in from around the world, everything the Elite Atlas has to offer.”
Turtle Beach is also partnered with the likes of OpTic Gaming, Astralis, Houston Outlaws, Splyce, SYF Gaming, Tainted Minds, and VfL Wolfsburg. In August, the company signed an esports partnership with English football club Manchester City.
Jakob Lund Kristensen, EVP Sales and Co-founder of RFRSH Entertainment also commented: “We’re thrilled to have Turtle Beach joining us in Copenhagen. The continued growth and popularity of esports globally requires organizations like ours to deliver nothing short of exceptional quality in all aspects of competitive events, and Turtle Beach’s Elite Atlas PC gaming headset delivers the high-quality audio pro players require to find success on the tournament stage.”
In September, it was announced that Pinnacle had been brought on as the betting partner for BLAST Pro Series for the 2018 season.
Esports Insider says: Turtle Beach is steadily growing its roster of partners and this evidently includes tournaments as well as organisations. The BLAST Pro Series is always a ton of fun to watch, so the headset brand has chosen a good CS:GO competition to get involved with.