French esports organisation Team Vitality has announced a multi-year partnership with gaming chair manufacturer Secretlab
As a result, both entities have worked closely together to co-design an exclusive gaming chair that will outfit all of Team Vitality’s rosters and facilities.
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According to the release, the Secretlab TITAN Evo 2022 Team Vitality Edition chair features the organisation’s branding and its slogan #VFORVICTORY. The chair also comes with all the ergonomic upgrades of the TITAN Evo 2022 model.
Secretlab has also been named Team Vitality’s official gaming chair partner. The Team Vitality Secretlab chair, which is available for pre-order now in the US, UK and Europe, is priced at €624 (£499 in the UK).
Nicolas Maurer, CEO of Team Vitality, commented: “We are really excited to announce our partnership with Secretlab. We believe in the importance of supplying our athletes with the highest quality products to support their health, well-being and competitive development. It’s also great to collaborate with a brand like Secretlab who can take our branding and create something bespoke and special for not just our athletes, but also the Team Vitality community.”
Earlier this year, Team Vitality announced partnerships with French international banking group Crédit Agricole and blockchain network Tezos. In addition, Secretlab is currently a partner for multiple esports entities, including the LEC, Evil Geniuses and Play Magnus Group (PMG).
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Beatrice Wee, Senior Manager of Partnerships at Secretlab, added: “Team Vitality is definitely well set for an action-packed year with their latest roster movements, and they’re now getting the biggest upgrade in gear with our award-winning chairs — ensuring their players consistently deliver peak performances.”
Esports Insider says: Secretlab keeps adding the world’s top esports organisations to its roster of partners, with Team Vitality being no exception. It will be interesting to see if the gaming chair manufacturer will continue to grow its partnerships for the rest of the year and which organisation will be next.