RFRSH Entertainment has announced the partners for the upcoming BLAST Pro Series Miami.
The partners include fast-food chain Burger King, energy drink brand GFUEL, training tool Play Top Frag and gaming chair specialists Vertagear.
Burger King will have an extensive partnership role in the execution of content production related to BLAST and will host an online competition where fans can win tickets for the upcoming BLAST Pro Series Los Angeles in Galen Center on July 12-13.
Leo Matlock, Head of Commercial Solutions at RFRSH Entertainment and BLAST Pro Series, said “We’ve been in close contact with our new partners and we are ecstatic to conclude that they share our ambition to deliver world-class live esports entertainment to the entire world. We’ve hosted five BLAST event in four different countries and have seven total tournaments in 2019 before the grand final show at the end of the year.”
“For each BLAST Pro Series, we grow exponentially bigger and stronger. With the list of new partners teaming up with us, we’ll undoubtedly grow even more following our upcoming events. At the same time, it will showcase how fruitful these kind of partnerships are for both parties. We are bringing brands into an industry that’s growing massively on a global scale.”
Sky, Red Bull, Ben & Jerry’s, Fallen Store and Cougar Gaming were all previously announced as local tournament partners for the Blast Pro Series São Paulo event. Additionally, OMEN by HP, Betway and Twitch are the current global series partners for the entire Blast Pro Series. The Betway sponsorship was announced last month and detailed that Betway would have extended backstage access, VIP hospitality and a host of branding both online and in stadiums.
The BLAST Pro Series: Miami takes place from the 13-14 April, with six of the world’s best CS:GO teams battling it out for a total prize pool of $250,000 (£190,000).
Esports Insider says: RFRSH Entertainment have again partnered up with a diverse and wide variety of brands for its Blast Pro Series. With eight more tournaments set to take place in 2019, we have no doubt that it will stop there.