Complexity-Limit unveils partners for Race To World First event

North American World of Warcraft guild Complexity-Limit has unveiled its partners for the latest Race to World First event.

American audio company Blue Microphones, Texas-based firm Balanced Media Technology, furniture company Herman Miller and World of Warcraft database Wowhead will partner up with Complexity-Limit as it looks to be the first guild in the world to beat WoW’s raid on the newly-released Shadowlands expansion.

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Blue Microphones, the official microphone partner of Complexity-Limit, will provide the guild with its Yeti microphone along with powering listen-ins that will appear on the broadcast. Balanced Media Technology and will collaborate to integrate real-time statistics from the raid into the live stream which begins on December 15th. 

Kevin “Atrocity” Bannick, Guild Officer for Complexity-Limit, commented on the upcoming raid: “In February we learned what it takes to be Race to World First champions, and we’re ready to carry that momentum into Shadowlands. Thanks to Complexity, we’ve been able to focus purely on preparing for the upcoming raid, and we’re looking forward to giving this event our all.”

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Herman Miller is already an official partner of Complexity Gaming and has extended its partnership to be featured alongside Complexity-Limit for the upcoming raid event. As a result, all guild members will be equipped with Herman Miller Embody Gaming Chairs.

After Complexity Gaming renewed its partnership with streaming platform Twitch in September, the raid will be broadcast exclusively live on the organisation’s channel. The upcoming raid will be the second Race to World First event under the Complexity name. In February, the guild was the first North American guild in over a decade to win the race.

Esports Insider says: The Race to World First events always attract a high number of viewers so it’s no surprise to see the likes of Blue Microphones and Balanced Media Technology come on board as partners.

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