North American organisation Triumph Esports has announced it has entered a partnership with peripherals manufacturer HyperX.
As a result of the agreement, HyperX will provide a range of equipment to Triumph’s rosters.
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HyperX is the third partner to join the organisation, with the likes of Respawn Products and gaming supplement company ADVANCED also partnering with Triumph.
Scott O’Leary, CEO of Triumph Esports, commented on the partnership in a release: “We’re incredibly excited to be working with HyperX. Their focus on expanding the esports fan base by tapping into the fact that ‘WE’RE ALL GAMERS’ aligns perfectly with our philosophy. Our partnership with HyperX will help Triumph scout and develop the next generation of esports stars, as well as bring our content development to the next level.”
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Triumph Esports currently fields rosters in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and the Call of Duty Challengers Circuit, the second tier of Call of Duty competition.
Kitty Nguyen, Esports Sponsorship Specialist at HyperX, added: “HyperX is happy to add Triumph to our roster of teams. We look forward to working with them to develop players and collaborate on their exciting content initiatives.”
Esports Insider says: Organisations joining forces with peripherals companies is nothing new in the industry. HyperX has entered deals with a number of organisations and it’s certainly impressive to see it add another name to its ever-expanding partnership roster. It’s also positive to see Triumph attract another partner amidst the global pandemic.