Atlanta FaZe, the Call of Duty League franchise co-owned by Atlanta Esports Ventures and FaZe Clan, has partnered with Scuf Gaming.
As part of the deal, the team will be equipped with Scuf Gaming’s controllers to train and compete with.
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Terms of the deal – including its length and the financial details – have not been disclosed at the time of writing. The controller company was officially acquired by CORSAIR in March after an agreement was reached in December the previous year.
Atlanta FaZe is also partnered with energy drink brand MTN DEW AMP GAME FUEL and gaming furniture company Respawn Products. Scuf Gaming is also a partner of Call of Duty League franchises New York Subliners and OpTic Gaming Los Angeles.
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Scuf Gaming is one of the partners of Activision Blizzard’s Call of Duty League for its inaugural season. It’s joined by the likes of MTN DEW AMP GAME FUEL, PlayStation, ASTRO Gaming, United States Air Force, U.S. Army, Twitter, and YouTube.
Esports Insider says: Atlanta FaZe is known to be the scariest team in the Call of Duty League, especially after its recent win at the Florida Home Series, and is attached to the ever-popular FaZe Clan, so there’s a lot of marketing potential here for Scuf Gaming. The controller brand and Call of Duty esports go hand in hand at this point, so this isn’t the most surprising partnership of all time – of course.