Toronto Ultra franchise secure partnership with Scuf Gaming

Toronto Ultra franchise secure partnership with Scuf Gaming

Toronto Ultra franchise secure partnership with Scuf Gaming

OverActive Media’s Toronto Ultra franchise have announced a partnership with the “innovator and creator of high-performance gaming controllers” company, Scuf Gaming. Toronto Ultra is a franchise that is within the Call of Duty league and the only Canadian franchise within the league to date. The partnership deal will make Scuf Gaming become the franchises its official peripherals partner.

As part of the partnership the gaming peripherals company will be releasing a Toronto Ultra customised controller for fans to purchase. Scuf gaming will also be providing controllers to all of the Toronto Ultra players and helping with marketing strategies.

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Scuf Gaming have been within the Call of Duty world for some time, whether that has been within the eSports world or just providing a comfortable controller for users and consumers to enjoy. They also have a long term deal with the Call of Duty league itself, the deal is set to last through to the 2021 season.

President and CEO of OverActive Media, Chris Overholt, commented on the partnership: “Scuf believes there is a better way to play and has built a reputation of pushing the boundaries through innovation and we are proud to be partnering with such a quality endemic brand.”

Founder and CEO of Scuf Gaming, Duncan Ironmonger, also commented on the partnership: “Scuf has a long history of supporting the competitive Call of Duty scene by providing players with the controllers needed for them to perform at their best. The functional features of our controllers are advantageous for players to increase the dexterity of their hands. We’re excited to be backing the Toronto Ultra and the rest of the Call of Duty League.”

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