HyperX, the gaming division of Kingston Technology Company, has partnered with Myesports Ventures Ltd, the company behind The Gaming Stadium.
The Canada-based esports venue has welcomed HyperX as its exclusive internals and peripherals partner.
Spiro Khouri, VP of Sales & Marketing at The Gaming Stadium discussed the deal in a release: “To partner with an internationally recognized brand like HyperX is something we are truly proud of. Our goal is to always bring the best in gaming to our community and with this partnership we can truly deliver on that. The equipment we will be able to provide is second to none and we are excited for anyone who comes to The Gaming Stadium to experience it first hand.”
The Gaming Stadium will officially open to the public on June 28th, starting with a free grand opening event on the day. HyperX will equip all 60 PCs – 12 on-stage, 48 off-stage – in the venue with internal memory and storage, as well as headsets, keyboards, mice, and mousepads.
Sandra Chu, Marketing Events Lead at HyperX added: “HyperX is excited to be the exclusive gaming peripherals and memory partner of the first esports arena in Canada. Guests visiting the Gaming Stadium will enjoy the best gaming headsets, keyboards, mice, mousepads, and memory, used by professional gamers around the world.”
HyperX holds the naming rights to Allied Esports’ arena in Las Vegas, the HyperX Esports Arena Las Vegas, and recently expanded the deal to obtain the rights to the company’s European esports properties too.
Esports Insider says: It’s becoming apparent that HyperX sees a lot of potential working with esports venues in a number of countries. The Gaming Stadium kicking things off with a trusted, well-known brand such as HyperX behind it will probably help a little.