Portuguese organisation K1ck eSports Club has established a partnership with payments provider Neosurf.
As part of the partnership, all of the organisation’s rosters will compete under the banner of K1ck Neosurf.
Neosurf joins gaming peripherals company CORSAIR and gaming PC manufacturer Lenovo Legion as a partner of the Portuguese organisation. Financial details, nor more information on activations, have not been disclosed at the time of writing.
Pedro Fernandes, Owner of K1ck eSports Club commented on the partnership in a release: “It is with the utmost pleasure that we welcome this partnership with such a great brand in the internet payment card industry. Neosurf will surely be a powerful ally that will help us in achieving our goals.”
Over the past few months, Neosurf has got involved in the esports industry through deals with Excel Esports and the Esports High Performance Centre in Australia. The latter sees the payments provider sponsor Dire Wolves, N8 Esports, Team Oracle, and Supa-Stellar in a multi-year deal.
André Santos, Head of Business Development for K1ck eSports Club added: “I’m happy to partner with Neosurf, a company helping the gamers to transact in a secured and straight forward way.”
Esports Insider says: Considering the amount of time K1ck eSports Club has been in esports, it’s great to see it can still pull in partnerships such as this. Neosurf is quickly tapping in to esports in different nations – an effective strategy should it know how to convert esports fans to customers.