Disrupt Gaming lands partnership with Thermaltake

North American organisation Disrupt Gaming has inked a partnership deal with Taiwanese hardware manufacturer Thermaltake.

The two have centered the partnership around the “development of top class peripherals and content” between them.

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Thermaltake is known for producing PC components and products,  a portion of which will likely outfit the Texas-based organisation and its teams in Rainbow Six and Tekken.

Jim Tien, Community Manager of Thermaltake admired the aspirations of its newfound partner: “We noticed Disrupt Gaming as one of the premier organizations in Rainbow Six Siege and Tekken. We are very excited to increase our brand awareness to those respective audiences. We look forward to supporting Disrupt in their endeavors to become a CHAMPIONSHIP esports organization.”

Since founding in March 2018, the organisation has established partnerships with gaming chair maker Raynor Gaming as well as another hardware engineer company, Victrix, known for its fight stick controllers and headsets.

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Austin Jones, General Manager of Disrupt Gaming spoke more on the deal: “When we initially started conversations, I looked inside my own PC and realized I had 3 different ThermalTake components inside already. From there, conversations progressed so organically that it was obvious this was a great fit. ThermalTake’s status as a publicly traded company and leader in gaming components makes the possibilities of this partnership endless. We are looking forward to the future and couldn’t be more excited”

Esports Insider says: While there weren’t many concrete details outlined around the partnership and its designs, we would assume Disrupt Gaming members will offer invaluable advice towards the production of esports-focused products to be rolled out by Thermaltake.

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