Lionscreed Announces HyperX as Peripheral Partner.
As our team has climbed to new heights this year, our staff team has worked tirelessly behind the scenes.
Given this, we are delighted to announce our official peripheral partner, HyperX!
Working with HyperX, will ensure that all our athletes game with top-of-the-line esports technology. As a result, each and every member of our professional organisation will be able to play to their fullest potential. We are confident that through this partnership, we can achieve this goal.
On the new peripheral sponsorship, Lionscreed Chief Operations Officer, Dale “Tr3yal” Adams, has made the following statement:
“I am thrilled that we have brought on this new sponsorship. We want to keep encouraging our athletes to achieve their highest potential, and signing a deal like this will help them in their journey. Looking after our players is always very important to the organisation, particularly after everything that we have achieved together!”
“We are delighted to be partnering with Lionscreed and becoming a part of their growing legacy”
says Christopher Pankhurst EMEA Influencer and Esports Manager. “
They have already achieved so much in their first three years and now with HyperX peripherals behind them, we can’t wait to see their future successes”
HyperX is a household name for most gamers, producing some of the most well-known peripherals on the market, and offering products for all gamers, PC, and console players alike. This flexibility will allow us to grow and accommodate all gamers joining our brand and organisation.
Lionscreed is continuing to grow, and sponsorships like this are crucial to supporting our incredible athletes. We are so excited to continue bringing you all the results you are looking for, and we know our community can trust that we will always support our players in doing so.
In the meantime, keep on the lookout for further news as we get closer and closer to the end of the year – we still have plenty of updates and announcements in store!
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