Danish organisation Team Singularity has entered a partnership with controller accessory company KontrolFreek.
As a result, Team Singularity has been welcomed into KontrolFreek’s Esports Forge program at the Master tier – the first organisation to join as such.
The Esports Forge program is an invite-only program designed to help teams and players “reach their competitive goals” by utilising the resources and support provided by KontrolFreek.
Atle S. Stehouwer, Founder & CEO of Team Singularity, commented on the partnership in a release: “We are ecstatic to partner up with KontrolFreek on our journey towards the top, and we are looking forward to be one of the faces of their Esports Forge program. KontrolFreek have a great range of products for both pros and fans wanting to elevate their game and experience, and we are happy to be part of their strong community and assist them in creating and testing new products requested by the community.”
Team Singularity had made headlines in recent months through its partnerships with Blocksport and NOCCO. Within this arrangement with KontrolFreek, the organisation will become an integral part of the Esports Forge program and receive a helping hand in executing activations.
Ashish Mistry, President and CEO of KontrolFreek, spoke to the partnership’s course of action: “We are thrilled to officially partner with Team Singularity and welcome them to #FreekNation. Through this partnership, Team Singularity is the first organization to join our newly launched Esports Forge program at the Master tier.
“This program was designed to help esports teams and athletes reach their competitive goals by leveraging our resources, support, and experience collaborating with the world’s top esports organizations. We plan to do just that and more as we work closely with Team Singularity on activations throughout 2020.”
Esports Insider says: The history runs certainly deep for this gaming accessory company and its newest partner, and it should be able to display exactly how the Esports Forge program is intended to work.