GODSENT extends Samsung Odyssey partnership

Image credit: GODSENT / Samsung Odyssey

Nordic esports organisation GODSENT has extended its long-standing partnership with Samsung Odyssey, the gaming monitor arm of electronics manufacturer Samsung.

The partnership will last throughout 2023 and Samsung will continue to support GODSENT through hardware and monitors. Further details regarding the partnership were not disclosed.

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Based in Sweden, GODSENT is best known for its success in CS:GO. The company has been active recently, appointing Emil ‘HeatoN’ Christensen as the new CEO, as a part of a “rebuild” period. GODSENT also recently announced a couple of interesting partnerships, including its first-ever betting partner Coolbet.

The company also announced a corporate CS:GO tournament with Ideon Science Park called Ideon Games that will take place over the course of six weeks and include only corporate esports teams.

GODSENT and Samsung first partnered in 2020, and both brands expressed that the partnership was a very fruitful one. Samsung Odyssey was notably the main partner for the GODSENT academy and women’s teams and has also worked with the company on different activations and events.

Little information was shared about the extension, but it is safe to say that Samsung Odyssey will remain the official monitor supplier for GODSENT, and that there will be more activations planned for the rest of the year.

GODSENT shared the following in a release: “Samsung Odyssey and GODSENT have united in their pursuit of inclusivity and empowerment, nurturing the growth of aspiring young academy teams and female teams in both CSGO and Valorant. Since 2020 Samsung Odyssey has acted as our main partner for all of our female teams and academy teams.

“Their shared commitment to pushing boundaries, overcoming challenges, and inspiring gamers has left a mark on our business as a whole. “

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.