HyperX Sponsors Rogue's Teams for Rainbow Six and Rocket League and the London Royal Ravens' Training Facility
New York, New York – April 2, 2020 – HyperX, a leading gaming peripheral maker, signed a sponsorship program with ReKTGlobal’s London Royal Ravens this week. As the Royal Ravens continue their participation in the Call of Duty League, the team’s training facility now has the support of HyperX. The Royal Ravens will soon be showing off a decked-out space equipped with HyperX gear.
“HyperX is excited to extend our partnership with ReKTGlobal and to sponsor their exciting leagues and teams,” said Daniel Kelley, director HyperX corporate marketing. “In this unique time when online gaming is becoming even more of an opportunity for people to virtually get together with friends and enjoy some entertainment and friendly competition at home, HyperX appreciates being part of this experience.”
HyperX will also sponsor two Rogue teams that are at the top of their game. The first is Rogue’s Rainbow Six Pro Team which tops the leaderboard in the Rainbow Six Pro League. A range of players including AceeZ, Hicks, korey, risze, and ripz will now sport HyperX gear. Rogue remains the number one team in the league right now and hopes to continue their win streak throughout 2020.
Rogue’s Rocket League has also signed a sponsorship with HyperX. Team Rogue will now be scoring goals in new HyperX gear with Kronovi, Wonder, Firstkiller, and Garenn hosting weekly recaps and events for fans.
“HyperX has been a mainstay in competitive PC gaming for as long as I can remember,” said Dave Bialek, CEO of ReKTGlobal. “It’s an honor to have their logo on our jerseys, and their gear powering our champions’ play.”
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All three teams plan weekly updates and videos to keep fans going as esports leagues ramp up to a busy 2020. You can find the links for all three teams here:
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ReKTGlobal, Inc. is a global esports organization that bridges the gap between traditional entertainment and esports, providing solutions for the entire ecosystem. ReKTGlobal is the parent company of professional esports organization Rogue, with offices in Las Vegas and Berlin, and teams that participate in Rainbow Six Siege, Fortnite, Apex Legends and Rocket League, as well as a franchise in Riot Games’ League of Legends European Championship (LEC). Since Rogue’s inception, it has become a globally recognized brand with over a dozen championship wins in multiple games.
ReKTGlobal also includes marketing services company Greenlit Content, leading fan engagement platform Fullcube, and Time Magazine’s Top 25 online Influencer DrLupo. ReKTGlobal owns and operates two esports franchises: Rogue in the LEC and the London Royal Ravens in the Call of Duty League. Investors include Steve Aoki, Nicky Romero, Imagine Dragons, Tainy, Rudy Gobert, Taylor Fritz, Landon Collins and Nick Gross.