German organisation SK Gaming has called in Chinese manufacturer OnePlus as its official smartphone partner.
As part of the deal, OnePlus will supply smartphones to SK Gaming – which houses a Clash Royale League team.
Alexander Müller, CEO at SK Gaming discussed the partnership in a release: “We have been following the OnePlus brand since its launch in 2013 and are pleased to welcome them on board. Their smartphones are first class and they’ve built an incredible community around the world that we want to contribute to over the next year.”
SK Gaming’s Clash Royale roster is gearing up to compete in the Clash Royale League Finals in Los Angeles, California on December 7th. The team has been practicing on OnePlus devices.
Martin Kang, Country Manager Germany at OnePlus also commented: “A powerful team and a powerful smartphone – these two fit together perfectly. Therefore, we are pleased to be an official smartphone partner of SK Gaming and to be able to support the players in their success in every way.”
OnePlus recently partnered with Super League Gaming to sponsor its PUBG MOBILE North American Super League for the 2019-2020 season. At the beginning of 2019, Fnatic announced a global partnership with the smartphone manufacturer.
Esports Insider says: OnePlus appears to have done a good job with its Fnatic collaboration over the past year and we’re sure we’ll see more of the same here with SK Gaming. With its recent deal with Super League Gaming and now this partnership, it appears as if OnePlus wants to bolster its position in the industry.