Godsent secures partnership with ecommerce company Prisjakt

Image credit: Prisjakt / Godsent

Swedish esports organisation Godsent has announced a partnership with Swedish ecommerce company Prisjakt until the end of 2023.

Prisjakt branding will be featured on Godsent’s jerseys and social media profiles. Moreover, the two brands will work on content creation activations.

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As part of the deal, Prisjakt will create a custom landing page for Godsent fans, showing deals for gear used by the organisation’s pro players.

The Swedish esports organisation has recently secured a number of interesting partnerships, including betting company Coolbet as its first-ever betting partner. The company, most known for its CS:GO roster, has also expanded its partnership with GP Batteries and is working with Ideon Games on a corporate CS:GO tournament.

Prisjakt is another unique partner for Godsent. The company specialises in price comparison services for a large number of products, ranging from tech products to home improvement and sportswear.

Godsent and Prisjakt also hinted at a new content series, as well as a ‘brand new job application at Godsent’ which will be ‘a world-first in esports and gaming’. Further details were not announced, but Godsent will present the job after the summer break later in 2023.

Henrik Denebrandt, co-founder of Godsent, commented: “All gamers know how important your gear and hardware is and that’s why we are very happy to team up with the best in the business. Conscious consumers are the name of the game and we are excited to be cooperating with Prisjakt through various commercial activations throughout the year to push the limits of the gaming” 

The partnership will also include a special landing page on the Prisjakt website. The landing page will feature configurations and gear that Godsent players use, but no exact dates were announced for its launch.

Ivan Šimić
Ivan comes from Croatia, loves weird simulator games, and is terrible at playing anything else. Spent 5 years writing about tech and esports in Croatia, and is now doing it here.