Texas-based esports venue Esports Stadium Arlington (ESA) has strengthened its commercial portfolio with the addition of three new partners.
The venue’s new partners include peripherals company Quadraclicks, digital media licensing platform ESPAT AI, and gaming audio brand JLab Audio.
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Per the release, both Quadraclicks and JLab Audio will partner with Esports Stadium Arlington for the remainder of 2021.
Quadraclicks mice will be made available for purchase at ESA retail points. Meanwhile, the collaboration will see ESA and guests provide testimonials on how mice impact work and gaming.
In addition, JLab Audio headsets are expected to be integrated within ESA’s ‘Gamer Gallery’ and through twitch broadcasts. Arlington Esports Club will also provide testimonials on how the headsets help the team during VALORANT tournaments.
Luke Bauer, Esports Stadium Arlington’s President, commented: “We here at ESA are excited about our new partnership development with Quadraclicks. Their ergonomically sound computer mice have already become a revolutionary change amongst several members of the ESA staff.
“We look forward to integrating JLab Audio’s headsets within our venue and providing a premier experience for our guests. JLab Audio’s mission to deliver high performance, innovative headphones align with Esports Stadium Arlington’s initiative to provide excellence.”
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ESA’s deal with ESPAT AI will last one year. According to Bauer, the partnership will look to utilise ESA’s venue and production capabilities to scale its digital media network.
He added: “As more live esports events begin to return in our space, everyone can anticipate more fantastic imagery around the thrills and big moments of esports.”
Esports Insider says: Given that the world is slowly returning to normality, it’s good to see venues starting to gain more partners as esports facilities start to open up. ESPAT has once again secured another partner, as digital licensing platforms continue to be integrated into the esports space.