Logitech G has today announced that it has signed on as the official partner to Super League Gaming’s 2018 schedule.
This includes Minecraft City Champs, League of Legends City Champs, and after school programs across the States. Super League Gaming is focused on the amateur and grassroots side of things.
Ujesh Desai, Vice President and General Manager of Logitech Gaming commented: “At its core, gaming is all about play – whether you’re a top esports pro or a child discovering the joy of games for the first time.
“We’ve been so impressed with Super League’s work to create respectful gaming environments. It’s vital to the industry, and we couldn’t be happier with this partnership. We both have a common goal of supporting creativity and inclusion among gamers and esports pros, and we’re dedicated to turning the tide and removing toxicity from gaming.”
Logitech G will be supporting City Champs tournament prizing, as well as collaborating with Super League on ‘social media initiatives’ and working with the company to develop original content that will be distributed through both Logitech G channels and SuperLeagueTV.
Ann Hand, CEO, Super League Gaming noted: “Logitech G’s commitment to providing best-in-class PC and console gear aligns with Super League Gaming’s mission to deliver the preeminent competitive community experience for gamers.
“Our organization embodies a diverse set of gaming talent where teamwork, friendship, and inclusivity are key tenets of our philosophy. With esport’s rapid growth, we’re confident this partnership will broaden our scope of talent and allow us to foster player diversity for the next generation of gaming professionals.”
Esports Insider says: There has been a lot of noise from Super League Gaming recently with the company evidently aiming to have a big 2018. Partnering up with a company with the stature of Logitech G is a solid move, and makes sense for both parties.