Vertagear finds partners in Method and Misfits Gaming

Gaming chair brand Vertagear has entered partnerships with two esports organisations, Method and Misfits Gaming.

Vertagear will act as the gaming chair sponsor and provider for both organisations. This includes a special edition, branded PL4500 gaming chair.

Vertagear Misfits Method

Chris Katzer, Marketing Director of Vertagear discussed working with Misfits Gaming: “Misfits Gaming competes in the most hardcore and difficult games. With our performance-designed chairs, they can comfortably compete and succeed for many more championships and competitions to come.”

“This is a great day for both Method and Vertagear. With our brand’s focus on posture stability and spinal support for hardcore gamers and esports competitors, combined with Method’s expert players, there are no limits for future raids,” he also said about the deal with Method.

Method is also partnered with MSI, Storm Shield, and Twitch. It competes in World of Warcraft, Heroes of the Storm, PUBG, Fortnite, Rocket League, Battalion 1944, and FIFA 19, as well as in the fighting game community.

Scott “Sco” McMillan, Owner and Co-founder of Method discussed the partnership: “We are incredibly happy to be working with Vertagear. While our players are practicing and competing in online tournaments, their ability to focus on gameplay is paramount. The level of comfort and support that the ergonomic Vertagear chairs will bring to our players will undoubtedly raise their level of gameplay.”

Misfits Gaming is partnered with Hollywood.com, Alienware, Twitch, and Miami Heat. The organisation fields teams in League of Legends and Super Smash Bros.

Ben Spoont, CEO and Co-founder of Misfits Gaming also commented:“We’re thrilled to see the custom Misfits Gaming Vertagear chair now in circulation. It is tremendously important to us to give our fans further ways to express their fandom and love for all things Misfits Gaming!”

Esports Insider says: We’re no strangers to seeing gaming chair brands partner with organisations at this point so neither of the deals stand out as something staggering but the chairs look sumptuous nonetheless! 

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