Invictus Gaming take a seat with Secretlab partnership

Invictus Gaming take a seat with Secretlab partnership

Invictus Gaming take a seat with Secretlab partnership

Invictus Gaming has announced that they have entered into a partnership with Singaporean gaming chair manufacturer Secretlab. The deal is set to follow suit with other partnership that Secretlab are currently involved with, they will be developing an Invictus Gaming branded chair complete with all of the eSports organisations logos and colours.

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When the chair is released they will exclusively be available to their Chinese audience before the rest of the world, shortly following will be a world wide release of the eSports branded gaming chair. Secretlab will also be sponsoring the eSports team jerseys and shirts, with their logo being present on the team's clothing.

Co-founder and CEO of Secretlab, Ian Ang, spoke on the partnership: “Invictus Gaming made history as the first Chinese team to win both the League of Legends World Championship as well as Dota 2’s The International, and their League of Legends roster is currently stacked with some of the most skilled players in the game.” “Being a former pro, I am a huge fan of watching TheShy at work with his aggressive playstyle and mechanical mastery; this is the result of extreme talent combined with tireless hard work. iG are just getting started, and we’re excited to be able to support them and Invictus Gaming in adding more trophies to their name.”

CEO of Invictus Gaming, Ming “VK” Liu, also spoke on the partnership: “Secretlab is the undisputed world leader in high-performance gaming seats. Their entry into China could not have come at a better time, and we’re thrilled to be able to work with them to outfit our players with the comfort they need to perform at their best.” “iG’s players have consistently been competing on Secretlab chairs on the global stage, such as at Worlds and The International, and now they’ll be able to take advantage of the same performance edge and support during training.”

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