G2A, the global digital gaming marketplace, has today secured two high profile title sponsorship deals.
Both Virtus.pro and Na`Vi have announced their title sponsor is now G2A.
Virtus.pro is now VP.G2A
— Team Virtus.pro (@TeamVirtuspro) 22 July 2016
Dawid Rozek, co-founder of G2A: “Together with Virtus.pro and RuHub Studio, G2A is delighted to be able to help move the gaming industry up to the highest level possible while strengthening the position of eSport in mainstream global media.”
Anton Cherepennikov, Head of Virtus.pro: “We are sure that acquiring the title sponsorship for all of the Virtus.pro squads as well as the RuHub Studio from the global gaming marketplace G2A is a milestone in the history of our organisation. Bringing our efforts together, we will be able to reach new tournament heights and implement large-scale projects.”
Na`Vi now becomes Na`Vi.G2A
— Natus Vincere (@natusvincere) 22 July 2016
And this is what Na`Vi CEO, Alexander “ZeroGravity” Kokhanovskyy says about the news: “This is a new level of the partnership between G2A and Natus Vincere, so now we will be able to make even greater contribution to the eSports development. Our goals are ambitious, so many interesting projects are waiting for us both in the nearest future.”
David Rozek, Chief Marketing Officer of G2A says “Na`Vi has been one of our earliest partners in e-sports. The cooperation solidifies our commitment to their growth as they make a positive mark in the industry. Expect great things from G2A and Na`Vi collaboration to help further grow e-sports worldwide.”