Multinational esports organisation 00Nation has announced a partnership with esports trading platform ENDX.
The partnership will allow ENDX users to trade players from the 00Nation’s CS:GO team on its platform. According to the announcement, the partnership further expands ENDX’s presence across South America.
00Nation fields rosters in VALORANT and Rainbow Six: Siege, however, it is arguably most known for its CS:GO team which includes Marcelo “coldzera” David, a notable name within the CS:GO scene. 00Nation calls itself a ‘crossover brand’ that combines gaming, fashion, music, and esports, and is already a partner of notable names such as Adidas, Ford, Lenovo Legion, and Xbox.
The partnership with ENDX will see the likes of David and his teammates appear on the ENDX platform, with its users able to purchase shares in them. The market changes depending on the supply and demand for the players. The platform’s other esports partners includes the likes of Cloud9, Copenhagen Flames and Tricked Esports.
This partnership is the first foray into South America for ENDX, a brand that was focused on CS:GO teams from Europe and North America prior to this partnership.
Miles Lampson, Co-Founder of ENDX, commented on the partnership: ” Our partnership with 00Nation further strengthens the existing teams listed at ENDX and is our first partnership in South America, with its highly engaged esports audience. We aim to establish ENDX as the go-to esports trading platform.”
The partnership will be focused on the 00Nation CS:GO roster, with Coldzera, Dumau, Latto, Nqz, and N9XTZ available for trade via ENDX.