HyperX named as official supplier for eSuperliga

DreamHack Sports GamesMTG‘s sports simulation business unit, has announced it has entered a partnership with peripherals manufacturer HyperX.

The deal will see HyperX named as the official supplier of eSuperliga, which is going into its fifth season on November 3rd.

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Credit: eSuperliga

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As a supplier of the league, HyperX will equip the eSuperliga studio and its player practice room with a range of peripherals. HyperX becomes the second equipment partner of the eSuperliga alongside fellow peripherals manufacturer L33T-Gaming, which was named as the chair supplier for the competition in October.

Mark Bjørk, COO at DreamHack Sports Games, commented on the partnership in a release: “We are really excited to be partnering with HyperX for season five of eSuperliga. The top-quality products that HyperX are supplying will elevate the player experience during their matches and while they warm up in the practice room. HyperX will also be offering unique opportunities for fans to win prizes throughout the season.”

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Now in its fifth season, the eSuperliga will see a total of 15 Danish football clubs field FIFA teams which will compete for a share of 365,000 DKK (£43,770) in prize money. The competition will be broadcast on Danish television channel TV3 MAX.

Edward Baily, Nordics Business Development Manager at HyperX, also spoke on the deal: “HyperX has supported esports and tournaments for over a decade and are dedicated to creating quality memory, SSDs, headsets, keyboards, mice, microphones and other accessories to enable teams to play to their full potential and grab those victories from their rivals. We are proud to support the FIFA tournament and wish all the players the best of luck in the competition.”

Esports Insider says: HyperX is no stranger to securing partnerships across a number of esports titles. It’s good to see the eSuperliga continuing to attract well-established brands to partner the competition considering the current global situation.

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