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Turtle Beach collabs with NRG esports as official gaming audio partner

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One of the leading global gaming accessory manufacturers, Turtle Beach announced its expansion with NRG esports as the official gaming audio partner.

In January, Turtle Beach announced the initial partnership with NRG’s Chicago Huntsmen CDL Franchise, and this expanded agreement now includes more of NRG’s roster of teams and players. ROCCAT, Turtle beach’s PC brand is now the official gaming accessories partner for keyboards, mice, and other PC peripherals.

I’m thrilled to bring NRG, Turtle Beach, and their new PC brand ROCCAT together this year. I have such an incredible history working with Turtle Beach and wanted to bring that legacy with me as I started my new journey with NRG.

Hector “H3CZ” Rodriguez, Co-CEO of NRG Esports

With Turtle Beach boarding as the official partner of the team. The companies will work closely together in order to “create a wealth of unique, engaging, and fun content for fans. Moreover, NRG’s players’ fan following will provide plenty of opportunities to expand their business.

We’re excited to continue providing our best-in-class gaming headsets to Hector and NRG and look forward to working together to show PC gamers why ROCCAT is the PC brand they should be paying attention to and Turtle Beach is the best brand in the global gaming industry.

Juergen Stark, CEO of Turtle Beach


NRG Esports is an American professional esports organization based in Los Angeles, California. It has rosters in Apex Legends, Call of Duty, Clash Royale, Dragon Ball FighterZ, Fortnite, Gears of War, Hearthstone, Overwatch, Rocket League and Super Smash Bros. The organization was founded in November 2015 by Sacramento Kings co-owners Mark Mastrov and Andy Miller.


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