EXCEL ESPORTS powers up with PCSpecialist partnership

Image credit: EXCEL ESPORTS, PCSpecialist

British esports organisation EXCEL ESPORTS has announced a partnership with PC manufacturer PCSpecialist.

As a result of the two-year deal, the manufacturer will become the Official Gaming PC Partner of the organisation.

The partnership will also see EXCEL’s London and Berlin headquarters equipped with a range of high-end PCs alongside providing the organisation’s players with hardware.

In addition to supporting EXCEL ESPORTS, PCSpecialist will collaborate with the organisation to create educational content for the UK esports community. The content aims to highlight the importance of using high-end gaming equipment ‘to help achieve peak performance.’

PCSpecialist is no stranger to the esports industry. In 2021, it extended its existing partnership with Fnatic and secured a deal with National Student Esports (NSE) to provide PCs to the UK student community.

For EXCEL ESPORTS, the PC manufacturer becomes the fifth partner of the organisation. It joins the likes of food delivery platform Just Eat and INZONE, the gaming brand of multinational technology company Sony. The deal is also the first for the organisation following its appointment of Tim Reichert as EXCEL ESPORTS’ CEO.

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Sha Rasti, Head of Partnerships at EXCEL ESPORTS, spoke on the deal: “We are excited to announce PCSpecialist as our new Official Gaming PC Partner. Having access to high-performance custom computers and laptops is an essential part of any esports organisation.

“It’s critical we have the best PC system in the business that we can trust and rely on at our HQs in London and Berlin and using PCSpealist’s high-performance custom computers allow us to perform at the highest level day in and day out.”

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.