Razer Welcomes Copenhagen Flames as Partners

Razer Welcomes Copenhagen Flames as Partners
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Razer announced their willingness to venture into a 3- year Partnership with Copenhagen Flames.

Razer is the world’s leading lifestyle brand for gamers. With a fan base that spans every continent, the company has designed and built the world’s most extensive gamer-focused collection of hardware, software and services.

Founded in 2005, and dual headquartered in San Francisco and Singapore, Razer is recognised as the leading brand for gamers in the USA, Europe and China.

Copenhagen Flames is a Danish esports platform with a global ambition.

The news of this collaboration was very much anticipated.

The partnership will span for three years, and will enable Copenhagen Flames players to dress in Razer esports’ outfits for their training and competitions.

Copenhagen Flames has been in existence since 2016, and their most popular time in the esports horizon is their time in CS: GO. They have also taken bold steps into the world’s prestigious championship, the League of Legends, Forthnite and Super Smash Bros.

Yann Selsedo is the head of esports at Razer. He stated that the team is happy to venture into the collaboration with Copenhagen Flames. He also noted that their passion for esports, coupled with their investment in the growth of upcoming talents, was something they wanted to throw in their weight to increase their outputs in young talents development as partners.

Steffen Thomsen, the CEO of Copenhagen Flames, bared his kind on the partnership, in that regard, he said that he was thrilled and proud that his company is in connection with Razer. He recounted that from their first meeting; he could feel the passion and strive for excellence from Razer.

“They strive, and passion for excellence is what Razer and Copenhagen Flames have in common, and the partnership between the duo will be a massive milestone for the partners to excel more in esports, and I couldn’t be happier.” he concluded.

Article by: Theresa Mbanefo