National Student Esports (NSE) has extended its partnership with EPIC.LAN’s esports technical support agency.
As a result of the new multi-year partnership, EPIC.LAN will continue to provide its in-house tournament platform to NSE.
The customised, white-label platform will ensure that students remain able to participate in weekly tournaments across the UK.
Jon Winkle, EPIC.LAN’s Managing Director, commented: “We’ve been working really closely with the NSE team for three years now and have built up a great relationship and understanding with the team, particularly with their custom tournament formats which are so successful with the students taking part.
“It’s fantastic to be continuing our work together for the foreseeable future and enhancing our tournament platform offer for NSE and all of our system customers.”
EPIC.LAN also provides NSE with CS:GO and GOTV server hosting options. As a result, the university esports firm can launch dedicated match servers which will be fully integrated into EPIC.LAN’s platform.
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Chris Henshaw, NSE’s Head of League Operations, added: “We’re pleased to continue the use of EPIC.LAN’s tournament platform and our longstanding partnership with the team at EPIC.LAN.
“They have been fantastic partners in delivering the British University Esports Championship and their platform has enabled us to use our bespoke tournament formats giving the best gaming experience for UK university esports. We will also be continuing to use EPIC.LAN for all of our CSGO and GOTV server hosting.”
This year alone, EPIC.LAN has secured deals with Logitech G, Intel, and Overclockers UK.
Esports Insider says It’s nice to see EPIC.LAN and NSE announce a partnership extension, especially ahead of October’s British University Esports Championship. Clearly, both sides see this partnership as beneficial, hence why both entities have agreed to a multi-year deal.