Southeast Asian esports organisation BREN Esports has announced a partnership with gaming peripherals manufacturer Razer.
According to a release published by Inquirer.net, the collaboration will see Razer become the organisation’s exclusive gaming chair partner and virtual gaming credit partner.
As part of the deal, Razer will provide all of Bren Esports’s players and content creators with its Iskur gaming chair. Moreover, both parties will collaborate on a weekly content series that will be shown on the organisation’s YouTube channel.
Bernard Chong, CEO of Bren Esports, spoke on the partnership: “We are on the quest of championing lifestyle content for gamers featuring our esports athletes, and the timing with Razer as a partner is a match made in heaven.
“Razer has been at the forefront of esports globally and that’s why I’m truly glad to have this prestigious brand onboard as our partner because our vision and mission for esports are aligned.”
Razer becomes the fifth partner of Bren Esports, joining the likes of gaming hardware company ASUS Republic of Gamers, telecommunications firm NOW Corporation, and live streaming application XSplit.
Khang Thai, Senior Global Esports Lead at Razer, also commented on the deal: “Supporting the recent Mobile Legends M2 Champions with our products and services is exciting.
“I’m really looking forward to watching all the content they’ll be sharing with our fans in the Philippines, and of course, seeing them compete and win under our banner.”
Esports Insider says: Partnerships of this nature are nothing out of the ordinary but for Bren Esports, adding such a recognisable brand in the form of Razer to its partnership roster is certainly impressive after entering the Singaporean market back in March.
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