Riot Video games has confirmed that PC gaming and equipment model Alienware is returning once more because the official PC and Monitor accomplice for the LEC 2021 season.
Alienware will probably be offering the league with its gaming for an additional yr.
This would be the third yr within the ongoing partnership between Alienware and the LEC, which started in 2019. As in earlier years, Alienware has powered the LEC stage with desktops and shows.
The analyst desk can even get its personal Alienware Aurora Battlestation to showcase mechanical segments on broadcast.
Alienware can even proceed to current the Match of the Week phase, setting the stage for a few of the greatest video games of the LEC, and highlighting rivalries and participant journeys all through the Spring and Summer season seasons.
In 2020, Match of the Week introduced followers up shut and private with a few of the most influential gamers within the league, showcasing the most effective expertise that EU needed to supply, with match previews that includes unique feedback from gamers and casters.
Moreover, German followers can sit up for unique content material aiming to carry the tales of MOTW to their area.
“We’re excited for the brand new LEC season to kick off! A brand new season represents new alternatives for desires to be realised amongst groups, by their skilled esports athletes, and by their followers watching at house. We’re proud to play a task in bringing the realisation of those desires to life,” stated Bryan de Zayas, world advertising director at Alienware.
“We’re delighted to see that for the third yr of our partnership, Alienware is increasingly more profiting from the cultural range inherent to Europe,” added Alban Dechelotte, head of sponsorships and new enterprise for EU esports at Riot Video games.
“The extra Match Of The Week content material delivered to German LEC followers is a token of the model’s dedication to raise LEC native fandoms, and we’re wanting ahead to this subsequent chapter of our relationship.”
The LEC returns on Friday January 22nd at 4pm GMT on lolesports.com.
Dom is an award-winning author who graduated from Bournemouth College with a 2:1 diploma in Multi-Media Journalism in 2007.
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