Computer hardware company Velocilinx has become the latest partner of North American organisation Renegades.
Velocilinx has been named the official peripheral sponsor of the organisation and will also sponsor its GameTime training facility in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
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John Dimovski, CEO of Velocilinx discussed the deal in a release: “We built our Warrior line to endure extreme gaming sessions while still maintaining peak performance. We’re excited to be sponsoring the high-octane family of Renegades teams!”
The Warrior line of peripherals by Velocilinx is said to have been specifically designed with esports competition in mind, aiming to deliver the best performance for use in a competitive environment.
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Jonas Jerebko, Owner of Renegades added: “[This] sponsorship with Velocilinx is a natural fit for the Renegades and we are thrilled to partner with them. Their product resonates in the esports world and they are from our backyard of Detroit.”
Renegades has added Velocilinx to its roster of partners, which also includes HyperX, Champion, NVIDIA, Respawn, Alienware, and Twitch. Earlier this month, Beasley Media Group – an investor in Renegades – purchased Overwatch League franchise Houston Outlaws from Immortals Gaming Club.
Esports Insider says: With such a heavy involvement in PC titles, this partnership is a logical move. There are plenty of opportunities for activations – especially since the deal includes Renegades’ training facility – so we’re intrigued to see what’s to come.