FITCHIN secures partnership with Furious Gaming

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Web3 esports platform FITCHIN has announced a partnership with Latin American esports organisation Furious Gaming.

As a result, the two parties will join forces to create new engagement opportunities for supporters of the organisation.

Furious Gaming will utilise the FITCHIN platform to offer a variety of benefits for its fans. This includes exclusive NFT collections and ‘experiences’. In addition, the deal enables fans to vote on how Furious Gaming decides to spend its treasury fund as it looks toward future web3 developments.

The first fans that become members of Furious Gaming will have an opportunity to win a prize awarded in $CHIN, the native currency of the FITCHIN platform.

The deal follows the platform’s first collaboration with an esports organisation. On August 1st, 2022, FITCHIN joined forces with fellow LATAM organisation KRÜ Esports.

Founded in 2011, Furious Gaming is one of the longest-standing esports organisations in the region. It currently fields rosters across a number of titles including CS:GO and League of Legends. Most recently, the organisation saw Argentinian footballer Paulo Dybala become an investor and partner.

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FITCHIN becomes the 13th partner of the organisation, joining the likes of Monster Energy, gaming peripherals brand Razer and streaming platform Twitch.

Gonzalo ‘Gonzo’ Garcia, CEO of Furious Gaming, spoke on the deal: “The main connection between FITCHIN and Furious is innovation.

“FITCHIN is a platform that is here to innovate. Our partnership will innovate how we interact, innovate how markets work, and innovate the way communities interact with pro esports teams including influencers in the industry.”

Jonno Nicholson
Jonno is a Freelance News Writer for Esports Insider and has been part of the ESI team since 2019! His interests include the rapid rise of sim racing and its impact on the wider industry.