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Logitech G And The Chiefs Esports Club Reignite Partnership

Logitech G have announced a new partnership with The Chiefs Esports Club, a premier esports and gaming entertainment club within the ANZ region.

The collaboration reignites an alliance beginning in 2015, celebrating the brand and teams shared history of success and dedication to esports.

The Chiefs’ League of Legends team, back-to-back defending champions, are set to once again aim to make history with the partnership after an impressive track record of consistent success.

They are also expected to chase down a third consecutive LCO title, with Logitech G supporting them from the stands.

CEO of The Chiefs, Nick Bobir said, “We are honoured to partner once more with Logitech G. Logitech G has been a leader in the esports industry for a long time. They have been with us since our early days as a fledgling organisation, and have played a crucial role in our journey to becoming one of the proudest esports clubs in Oceania. With exciting opportunities on the horizon, it only made sense to return to one of our historic partnerships that helped shape our success.”

Logitech G’s Asia Pacific Senior Product and Category Manager, Daniel Hall said, “Logitech G is committed to supporting and growing the ANZ gaming community, and The Chiefs embody the same passion. We have witnessed The Chiefs’ growth over the years and are excited to partner with them once again to foster a new generation of pro esports athletes from Oceania.”

Part of the renewed collaboration sees Logitech G proudly displayed within the Chiefs Country Club, and be featured prominently across their brand.

The company’s esports-focused products, such as the Pro X 2 Range, have been developed in collaboration with the players, engineered for the empowerment of gamers.

Fans can see The Chiefs every week during the LCO Split 2, promising thrilling matchups, and a chance for the team to secure their spot in the World Championship 2023 in South Korea.

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