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Razer, Playbox, and G-Science Confirmed as WFH League Partners

Thought of a game league for corporate organizations? The WFH league is here. This is an Esports game where companies can compete against each other online.

The WFH League has revealed that its first season of the new professional esports competition that will target companies against Counter-Strike: the Global Offensive and FIFA 20. The competition between Esports Insider and Platform is a joint venture.

Since it’s going to be an entertaining stress relief, they need to have sponsors to ensure that there is a smooth run of the competition.

For the first season, Razer has taken the lead and will give a variety of top prizes for the champions and some others who do not go as far as they are. Playbox. GG is the Technology Partner of the League, which provides WFH League’s tournament and leading site. G-Science, last but not least, is announced for the contest element CS: GO Wingman as a health & performance partner.

 

WFH League Lead Sponsor

For the first season, Razer has taken the lead and will give a variety of top prizes for the champions and some others who do not go as far as they are. Playbox. GG is the Technology Partner of the League, which provides WFH League’s tournament and main site. G-Science, last but not least, is announced for the contest element CS: GO Wingman as a health & performance partner.

In both events, Razer sells a selection of its pro-grade gaming hardware with a market value of over GBP 1 thousand. Some competitions fit players in each tourney, ranging from the best computer mice for the Razer Viper Ultimate FPS titles to the Raiju Ultimate programmable PS4 and Kraken for a Handheld headset.

 

WFH and COVID-19

The WFH League is a fantastic way to stay in touch with players, to get on with other teams and play while helping to raise funds for a great cause. Yann Salsedo, head of Esports for Razer Europe, commented, said that Razer has been trying to enable people to stay and work from home while they are eligible in a range of acts following WFH.

According to him, Razer helps all individuals, organizations, and companies to fight the various effects and challenges presented in the COVID-19 pandemic, by producing and donating masks all over the world, by supporting firms through our software ecosystem or by encouraging players to stay home and play on.

Playbox. GG will be the official technology partner for the League, offering customized platform infrastructure that will make tournaments easier for season 1, while at the same time giving the WFH League home for the future.

Playbox was designed to help companies that invest in sports by offering solutions in their technology needs. Stephen Hanna, Managing Director Playbox.gg, said that in its inaugural season later this month, they are excited to work with the WFH League. According to her, Playbox looks forward to giving players who compete in tournament events and engage in sports from the safety of their homes and offices an exceptional experience.

Teams in the opening season from 18 to 28 May, are close to being confirmed and completed and an announcement will be made next week.

The WFH League co-founders also gave insight into the partnership. Sam Cooke & Nicolo Portunato said that It is incredibly thrilling for them to have this finally underway. “For some time, the WFH League has been on the horizon, but the sun is now rising,” they said.

They added that as partners for the opening season, they are pleased to have onboard Razer, G-Science, Playbox, and Special Impact, and were offered an even stronger welcome than the teams looking to recover. They gave words of encouragement to those teams who were not able to make it and said that plans were being made for them ahead of season two.

Live Twitch games with updates on esport insider and Platform will be shown. The League is now online, but Platform itself will host the second season. Nicolo Portunato, co-founder and COO of the Project, reflected on the new venture: “We’ve been discussing a corporate league with our friends at ESI for a while now, and thanks to the central location of Platform’s first venue in the city of London and ESI’s B2B network, it just made sense.”

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