Brazilian organisation Imperial Esports has announced electric motorcycle manufacturer Voltz Motors as its latest sponsor.
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Financial details or the duration of Imperial Esports’ new partnership have not been disclosed. However, fans can now use a promotional coupon to win a helmet when buying one of the motorcycles available at Voltz Motors’ website. The deal was made through content gaming agency and Imperial Esports commercial representative Gaming Culture.
Manoel Fonsêca, the Marketing Manager at Voltz, commented: “Esports is a sector with enormous growth potential in Brazil. Through this partnership, we want to help foster this segment and also embrace the opportunity to communicate with a new audience.
“People who follow esports are passionate about technology and believe in disruptive business models, like ours. For this reason, we are happy and anxious to embark on this journey. ”
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In the announcement video, VALORANT pro player Kayke ‘Evilkyk’ Arrais visited Voltz Motors’ concept store to test the manufacturer’s EVS model.
Imperial Esports is an esports organisation founded by former professional Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player Felippe “felippe1” Martins. Imperial’s teams span across a range of titles, including CS:GO, VALORANT, Free Fire and Cross Fire. The organisation’s VALORANT roster is currently competing for the last spot in the VALORANT Champions Tour: Brazil Stage 1 Masters.
Esports Insider says: Non-endemic brands that have innovation and technology blend well with esports industry. As such, it’s nice to see that Voltz Motors drive into Brazil’s esports ecosystem. Being an upcoming brand, it seems logical that they would join forces with a well known Brazilian organisation in Imperial Esports.