Scuf Gaming, innovator and creator of high-performance gaming controllers, has renewed its longstanding partnership as official controller sponsor of OpTic Gaming, the leading professional esports organization.
“Throughout our long-standing partnership, Scuf Gaming has demonstrated an understanding of the high expectations of our professional players through top quality products.” said Ryan Musselman, President of Infinite Esports & Entertainment. “We are excited to continue working with Scuf Gaming, and look forward to collaborating on new and innovative products for the benefit of our players and the Green Wall.”
“As OpTic Gaming’s longest tenured sponsor, we’ve supported the organization and its teams with our equipment from the very start,” said Duncan Ironmonger, CEO and Co-Founder of Scuf Gaming. “As we head into the new Call of Duty World League season, we’re delighted to continue working with OpTic Gaming and are excited to watch their team perform this season.”
Scuf Gaming continues to sponsor the organization’s console teams, including those competing in Call of Duty and Gears of War as well as their lineup of content creators. SCUF will continue to create and support various OpTic SCUF controllers, featuring the signature Green Wall color scheme, enabling fans and players to bear the OpTic Gaming logo and design when gaming.
For more information, please visit https://scufgaming.com/s/scuf-pro-teams/optic-gaming/.
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