Man City esports announces partnership with GTRacing
The big announcement will see GTRacing officially support the team for at least the next two years
Top gaming chair manufacturer GTRacing is now the official sponsor of the successful Man City esports team. This exciting new collaboration will see GTRacing featured in various content and publicity for the esports team and they are even planning on producing a line of co-branded chairs.
The news was announced on the official Man City Esports Twitter account on Tuesday morning.
GTRacing has been well-known in the gaming world since its inception in 2011 and has a proven track record of providing quality, comfortable, and ergonomic gaming chairs at some impressively reasonable prices. This newly announced collaboration with one of the biggest football clubs in the UK is no doubt an exciting development as the worlds of esports and regular sports collide. The hopes for this collaboration are high with Man City’s social media director remarking, ‘As a Club, we are dedicated to providing authentic esports experiences for our fans and I am pleased that GTRACING will be joining us on this journey as we continue to find new ways to engage with our fans within this space.’
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Man City esports team – a brief history
The Man City esports team had its beginnings in 2016 after they became the second UK football club to move into the space after West Ham started theirs earlier that same year. The first player signed by Man City esports was Kieran Brown, a professional FIFA player. Soon after, they got busy in the world of esports, competing in professional FIFA tournaments including the Global FUT Champions Cup. Since then they have expanded their player roster and currently have over 16 players on their books in various locations throughout the world.
Just recently, the Man City esports team signed their first-ever Fortnite player, 16-year-old Aidan ‘Threats’ Mong. He’s been signed on a one-year contract and Man City hopes the young e-athlete will continue their already impressive performance streak in the ever-popular Battle Royale.
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