SK Gaming extends partnership with EPOS for 2020

SK Gaming has announced an extension of its partnership with high-end audio company EPOS, a joint venture between Sennheiser and Demant A/S. The German esports organization will continue to have its professional players equipped with EPOS gear.

SK Gaming, EPOS partnership

​“We are delighted to continue our long-term partnership with SK Gaming and to support their competitive efforts around the globe,” said Andreas Jessen, Senior Director of Product Management and Marketing at EPOS, in a release. “Our esports partnerships allow us the opportunity to join up with world-leading esports teams and enable them to elevate their game experience to brand new heights. SK Gaming has an impressive legacy in the esports world and we are excited to once again partner with them.”

Through this partnership, EPOS will have its logo featured on the esports organization’s 2020 jerseys. In addition, the gaming audio brand will see its products being used during streams, tournaments, giveaways, and collaborative content creation.

SK Gaming first established the relationship in 2017. This came with the launch of a co-branded Sennheiser PC 160 SK Gaming Edition headset.

SK Gaming extends partnership with EPOS for 2020

“We are incredibly thrilled to start this new adventure with EPOS and continue working with the great team that we already know so well from the past years,” said Alexander T. Müller, CEO of SK Gaming. “They have been and will continue to deliver true high-end audio solutions for our players across the globe and we couldn’t be happier to have such a premium brand on our team.”

The organization currently competes in titles like Clash Royale, Brawl Stars, and FIFA. However, it is most well known for its two League of Legends teams that compete in the League of Legends European Championship (LEC) and Tier 2 European Masters scene.

This partnership joins others that include 11teamsports, Nike, Deutsche Telekom, Mercedes Benz, ARAG, HYLO EYE CARE, Western Digital, and OnePlus.

Ethan Chen
Staff Writer