The well-known South Korean e-sports club T1 announced on its official Twitter today that it has signed an exclusive contract with the live broadcast platform Twitch for several years. In the future, players and content creators including the “League of Legends” division players will use the game and diverse Communicate with the audience with customized live content. The newly announced Twitch partnership with T1 follows a deal in late-July with Hana Bank, who became a “premier partner” of the organization alongside some other brands such as Nike, BMW and Samsung Odyssey.
Excited to extend and expand our partnership with Twitch to a global deal for all our players. It’s great to have a steady home for next few years for our amazing fans to engage with our players. https://t.co/bi4FnFBWGO
— Joe Marsh (@JoeMar) August 5, 2020
T1 CEO Joe Marsh also said on Twitter that he is very excited to expand the partnership and reach this global agreement for all T1 players and Twitch. At the same time, he is also very happy to provide T1 fans with a stable home in the next few years. Fans can be more involved in interacting with T1 players.
And T1 star player Faker also mentioned in accepting Korean media “fomos” that he is very happy that T1 and its “League of Legends” team can continue to interact with fans on T1, “We will do our best to produce high-quality live streaming content to meet the expectations of their fans.”
T1 is a South Korean esports organisation having parent organisation-SK TELECOMS, having three-time League world champions titles, From March 2019, the organization has branched out to other games, including Fortnite, VALORANT, and Dota 2. Recently they jumped in PUBG mobile esports through signing former south Korean roster -XENON ESPORTS.