EPIC.LAN renews Overclockers UK partnership for 2024

Image of keyboard on table at EPIC.LAN with Overclockers UK logo in background
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UK-based gaming and esports event organiser EPIC.LAN has renewed its partnership with hardware retailer Overclockers UK.

As a result, the retailer will continue to be the official chair partner for the organiser’s events. This is through showcasing a range of noblechairs, Nitro Concepts and ThunderX3 products on stage and streams.

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The renewal marks Overclockers UK‘s fifth consecutive year as a partner of EPIC.LAN. The retailer will be in attendance at EPIC41 taking place from February 22nd to 25th at Kettering Leisure Village.

In addition to acting as the chair partner of EPIC.LAN events, Overclockers UK will continue to display a physical presence at events. The company will host a range of demonstrations for a variety of hardware it sells on its website and a selection of chairs.

The partnership also focuses on EPIC.LAN’s online community. Alongside Overclockers UK and the rest of the organiser’s partnership portfolio to provide members with a landing page containing offers for a variety of products.

Aside from its esports events, EPIC.LAN also supports esports education. In January, the organiser revealed it will provide its tournament platform to the University of Northampton as an educational resource.

Jon Winkle, Managing Director of EPIC.LAN, spoke on the renewal: “The Overclockers partnership is really important to us here at EPIC.LAN, especially as a local business.

“Personally, I’ve been a customer since they set up their first premises in Stoke-on-Trent in the 2000s and seeing their expansion in 2023 was a great moment for the area. Seeing this iconic name for gaming retail alongside EPIC.LAN makes us all really proud to be working together for the fifth year.”

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.