North American organisation Spacestation Gaming has established a partnership with Danish gaming peripherals manufacturer SteelSeries.
The deal includes the supply of SteelSeries’ range of peripherals for the organisation’s players and staff.
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Spacestation Gaming is perhaps best known for winning the Six Invitational 2020, crowning its Rainbow Six Siege roster as world champions. The organisation also competes in Rocket League, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, SMITE, VALORANT, Clash Royale, Trackmania, iRacing, and World of Warcraft.
Shaun McBride, Founder of Spacestation Gaming, spoke on the deal in a release: “I personally have always been a fan of SteelSeries. Our players have often requested SteelSeries products, so when this partnership came together, it felt completely perfect. The collaboration will support our entire staff and optimize all of our teams moving forward.”
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SteelSeries is also partnered with the likes of Barrage, Nordavind, FaZe Clan, OG Esports, and FunPlus Phoenix. Spacestation Gaming’s existing partners include Champion, B&H, and Scuf Gaming.
Andrew Trulli, Esports Marketing Manager at SteelSeries, also commented: “With Spacestation Gaming’s top-tier esports talent, combined with an ability to develop and create engaging content, we’re excited to have them join the SteelSeries team.”
Esports Insider says: Spacestation Gaming has established itself as an organisation that doesn’t need to compete in the world’s biggest titles to have a unique and powerful voice. With a blend of content and competitive success, SteelSeries will have no problem getting eyes on its products through this deal.