Japanese esports organisation Rush Gaming has announced a sponsorship agreement with gaming headphones company ASTRO Gaming.
Parented by Logitech, ASTRO Gaming has supported a number of events made by Rush Gaming in the past, including the ‘Rush Gaming Warzone Challenge’, and now has become an official partner of the organisation.
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As a result of the partnership, ASTRO Gaming will support Rush Gaming’s players by supplying them with products. The company’s logo will also be present on Rush Gaming’s competitive uniforms worn at international and domestic tournaments.
Rei Nishitani, CEO of Rush Gaming Co, LTD commented: “We are very honoured to have signed a contracted with the ASTRO brand, which is a global gaming brand and has long been a leader in the gaming scene.”
Both entities will also work together on joint event projects and release collaborations, including a special Rush Gaming branded ASTRO Gaming headset.
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To celebrate the new partnership, Rush Gaming will be giving away twenty prizes to fans who interact with the organisation’s tweet, including ASTRO Gaming headsets and team merchandise.
Future collaborations between the two are scheduled to be released later this year.
Esports Insider Says: ASTRO Gaming is massively involved in the Call of Duty esports scene and has been a public sponsor of Rush Gaming events before, so to see this become an official partnership comes as no surprise to us. The partnership will continue to showcase ASTRO Gaming’s brand to a wider audience, whilst Rush Gaming adds a reputable partner to its commercial portfolio.
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