Both parties will collaborate to host weekly esports tournaments in League of Legends, VALORANT, and CS:GO.
Tournaments across the three titles will run every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday on the platform. The tournaments will start from today (August 10th) and the organisation will provide a range of prizes, including professional coaching and Singularity merchandise.
Phil Hubner, Chief Business Development Officer at Challengermode, spoke on the partnership in a release: “We are very excited to work together with Team Singularity to provide their community with authentic esports content.
“Grassroots and amateur level competitions are at the very heart of what Challengermode supports as a business and by working together with Team Singularity we want to give the community a chance to play in a professional environment and compete for real prizes, as we believe that is essential to the organization’s growth and continued success.”
Challengermode becomes the tenth partner of the organisation, joining the likes of gaming controller manufacturer SCUF Gaming, machine learning platform Pluck GG, Kontrolfreek, Blocksport, and Nordic beverage brand NOCCO.
Atle Stehouwer, Founder and CEO of Team Singularity, added: “I am happy to start this journey with Challengermode and to provide our community with engaging and competitive esports content. We have a lot of faith in the partnership and I believe it will bring a lot of value for our fans, who can now showcase their skill and win prizes for playing their favourite game. I am also looking forward to further developing the partnership with the goal of bringing esports to any household!”
Esports Insider says: A number of brands and tournament organisers have already benefited from Challengermode’s platform. Nevertheless, Team Singularity is one of the first organisations to partner with the platform, so it will be interesting to see how successful the collaboration is and whether others follow suit.