Razer Strengthens Commitment To Asia-Pacific League of Legends Esports Scene
Razer has just announced their biggest roster expansions in Asia-Pacific, reaffirming their commitment to the League of Legends (LoL) esports scene. Team Razer has just announced that they will be partnering with Korean LoL giants Hanwha Life Esports (HLE) and Chinese powerhouse JD Gaming (JDG). Meanwhile, China-based Edward Gaming (EDG) and Oceanic stars Legacy Esports will continue their growth under the Team Razer banner after re-signing.
Razer committing to League of Legends’ Asia-Pacific esports scene
As part of the various partnerships, the esports teams will be provided with top of the line gaming gear from Razer, which includes gear such as mice, headsets, and keyboards. Razer will also collaborate with athletes to develop and field-test new high-performance peripherals and push the boundaries of technology.
That’s not all, Razer will also be the official sponsor of the League of Legends Pro League (LPL) Spring Split this year. Leveraging on Razer’s knowledge in the gaming scene, Razer will stream the tournaments and explore LPL licensed peripherals.
Moreover, Team Razer will also continue its support for multiple teams and talents in Japan. This includes Professional Gaming and streaming group, Father’s Back (Chichi no Senaka); Yoshimoto Gaming managed by Yoshimoto Agency, Japan’s top talent agency; all-female team G-STAR Gaming produced by popular model Yuka Kuramochi, and model and game streamer, Yunocy (Yuno Mizusawa).
You can head over to the official Razer website for more information on their esports endeavours.
Pokdepinion: You gotta respect Razer’s seemingly undying commitment to the esports scene. They’re really going above and beyond right now.