Razer, the popular American purveyor of PC gaming products, has announced its title sponsorship of the North America-based Denial eSports.
Founded in 2014, Denial eSports—also referred to as Wolf Pack—has teams competing in games such as Call of Duty, Halo, League of Legends, and Smite. The team’s accomplishments since then have numbered many: they’ve claimed world championships in Call of Duty and Gears of War, placed second in the world in Smite, and been named Halo UGC and Call of Duty UMG champions.
Denial is one of the most accomplished teams in North America. We’re thrilled that they are now officially part of Team Razer,” states Min-Liang Tang, Razer co-founder and CEO.
This sponsorship deal outfits the eSports organization with gaming equipment, including keyboards, headsets, mice, mouse mats, and Razer’s professional Wildcat Xbox One controllers. It also provides the team with professional-grade hardware and software to facilitate any broadcasting aspirations, as well as use of Razer’s own streaming platform the Razer Cortex: Gamecaster.
Denial is the latest team to join the ever-growing Razer family. Razer was the first company to sponsor a professional gamer back in 2000, and now boasts upwards of 20 teams and over 200 competitive eSports players across the globe.