Team Liquid a multi-regional professional esports organization based in the Netherlands founded in 2000 has announced its partnership with Singaporean gaming chair manufacturer Secretlab.
The partnership between the two companies will feature products with Team Liquid branding and colours. The first of the product to be released by the Secretlab is Team Liquid Edition gaming chair.
The deal also covers the addition of Secretlab chairs in the Team Liquid’s Alienware training facilities. Starting with the existing compound in California and later in the upcoming facility in the Netherlands.
Ian Alexander Ang, Co-founder and CEO of Secretlab, said on the deal: “There is no more fitting way to celebrate Liquid’s trailblazing history as the esports organization with the highest-ever team earnings, and the Secretlab Team Liquid Edition commemorates their era of success and the historic path Liquid has charted for the industry.
“Our state-of-the-art gaming seats will help support and further that legacy by ensuring that their players will only be equipped with the best gaming equipment to stay at the top of their game and give the best results on stage.”
Victor Goossens, Co-CEO of Team Liquid, stated: “When you’re competing at the highest level, comfort is one factor that cannot be overlooked. Secretlab chairs provide high-quality design and comfort to help our athletes look and feel their best. By outfitting both our Alienware Training Facilities with Secretlab chairs, our players will also have the benefit of practising with the same seating that they compete in on stage. In Secretlab, we’ve found a partner that supports our players and staff and supports giving back to our community, starting with our collaborative charity stream.”
Team Liquid started its esports journey with the release of StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty by signing their first professional players. The org also own one of the most famous wiki site named Liquipedia covering various esports starting with Starcraft: Blood War and currently covers more than 35 game titles.