Team Singularity energises with NOCCO partnership

Danish organisation Team Singularity has established a partnership with Nordic beverage brand NOCCO. NOCCO, which stands for ‘No Carbs Company,’ produces sugar-free energy drinks that each contain sucralose, vitamins and BCAA (branched chain amino acids), designed to optimise focus. Image credit: Team Singularity RELATED: Astralis partners with NOCCO Team Singularity welcomes NOCCO to the fold after a successful period…Continue readingTeam Singularity energises with NOCCO partnership

VERITAS Entertainment raises $10M, unveils LVL gaming centre

Berlin-based VERITAS Entertainment is preparing to open a gaming centre, dubbed LVL, after raising $10 million (£7.72 million) in funding. The 2,500-square-metre establishment will be launched in partnership with G2 Esports, whose players will use the facilities as a training ground and content hub, and will be able to interact directly with fans through the venue. Photo credit:…Continue readingVERITAS Entertainment raises $10M, unveils LVL gaming centre

Bucks Gaming quenches thirst with Sprite and Kwik Trip

NBA 2K League team Bucks Gaming, the official affiliate of the NBA’s Milwaukee Bucks, has partnered with the Sprite drink brand and regional convenience store company, Kwik Trip. Kwik Trip, which is already partnered with the NBA’s Bucks, will provide the team Sprite beverages at its downtown Milwaukee performance center. Additionally, Kwik Trip courtside branding…Continue readingBucks Gaming quenches thirst with Sprite and Kwik Trip

Coronavirus puts much of esports industry on hold

COVID-19, perhaps better known as coronavirus, is a respiratory virus that originated in China and has reportedly affected more than 100,000 people across over 60 countries at the time of writing. Over 3,000 have died as a result of obtaining the virus. While the containment and prevention of further cases of the illness have been…Continue readingCoronavirus puts much of esports industry on hold

This week in esports: DHL, Scuf Gaming, Team Envy, Team Reciprocity

As always, we’ve rounded up the biggest and best stories from the past week so you can stay abreast of the industry’s biggest happenings. This week in esports saw ESL and DHL remain partners, CORSAIR acquire Scuf Gaming, Team Envy buy into FLASHPOINT, and Team Reciprocity look to become publicly listed. We also have a…Continue readingThis week in esports: DHL, Scuf Gaming, Team Envy, Team Reciprocity

TSM joins forces with Entity Gaming for Indian PUBG Mobile team

North American organisation TSM has established a partnership with Indian organisation Entity Gaming. The deal results in the formation of TSM Entity, a team that will compete in Tencent’s PUBG Mobile. Image credit: TSM RELATED: NODWIN Gaming tapped to host PUBG Mobile esports in South Asia TSM will lean on Entity Gaming to manage the team…Continue readingTSM joins forces with Entity Gaming for Indian PUBG Mobile team

Esports partnerships and sponsorships highlights for February 2020

Each and every month, dozens of partnerships and sponsorships are announced in esports. It’s hard to keep track of every development if you don’t follow Esports Insider religiously, but even then, there’s a lot of content to consume. To make things easier, Esports Insider has hand-picked a selection of the most impressive, surprising, and noteworthy…Continue readingEsports partnerships and sponsorships highlights for February 2020

Esports investments, mergers, and acquisitions in February 2020

As the esports industry continues to grow, so does the interest in owning a piece of the pie. Celebrities and venture capitalists are investing millions of pounds, companies are merging together to consolidate, and acquisitions are becoming pretty common, too. To make things easier, Esports Insider has brought together the major investments, mergers, and acquisitions of…Continue readingEsports investments, mergers, and acquisitions in February 2020

ESL’s Ulrich Schulze on Louvre Agreement, Pro League changes

On February 18th, tournament organiser ESL revealed the details of its Louvre Agreement aimed at restructuring ownership and revenue-generating opportunities for organisations. The multi-year partnership launched alongside 13 teams was to now provide stake in its ESL Pro League, as well as other benefits in the overall ESL Pro Tour. The news followed-up on the creation of FLASHPOINT,…Continue readingESL’s Ulrich Schulze on Louvre Agreement, Pro League changes

Team Envy buys into FLASHPOINT league

North American organisation Envy Gaming has bought into FLASHPOINT, the upcoming Counter-Strike: Global Offensive league operated by FACEIT. Team Envy will be the seventh founding team of the league, with a buy-in cost of $2 million (£1.55 million). Image via: Team Envy RELATED: FLASHPOINT gets inside track with Pinnacle partnership Team Envy joins Immortals Gaming Club…Continue readingTeam Envy buys into FLASHPOINT league