Leviatán teams up with VISA and n1u

Leviatán x Visa x n1u
Image credit: Leviatán/Visa/n1u

Argentine esports organisation Leviatán has announced a partnership with credit card brand Visa and gamer-focused digital wallet n1u.

According to a release, the collaboration aims to ‘increase the visibility and recognition of professional gaming teams’ to foster a ‘more equitable and inclusive gaming community’.

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The partnership will see n1u card holders in Argentina be given access to promotional benefits surrounding Leviatán merchandise and digital goods. There will also be a chance to meet pro players and access industry events.

Leviatán has established itself as one of Latin America’s largest esports organisations in recent years, operating across League of Legends, Dota 2, Free Fire and VALORANT. Its VALORANT roster competes as a partnered team in Riot Games’ VCT Americas league and attended VCT Champions in 2022. That same year, Leviatán opened a 600m² training facility in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

As well as its latest collaboration with Visa and n1u, Leviatán also boasts sponsorships with watch manufacturer G-Shock, fast food restaurant chain KFC, travel healthcare provider Pax Assistance and gaming peripherals manufacturer ATK Gaming Gear.

The n1u app, dubbed the ‘first super gamer app’ by the company, allows users to earn coins by using the app and completing challenges. Coins can then be used to purchase digital vouchers across a number of titles including League of Legends, VALORANT, Free Fire and the PlayStation and Xbox stores.

On the new partnership, Fernando Diez, CEO of Leviatán, commented: “We are very proud to add to our team a leading global brand such as Visa, and n1u, the wallet that promotes financial inclusion in young gamers. Together we will promote the development of the gaming ecosystem in the region through unparalleled experiences and experiences for our fans and the community.”

Lee Jones