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- Secretlab’s deal with ONE Esports will see the company provide gaming chairs for ONE Esports’ numerous Dota 2 tournaments.
- The Singaporean gaming chair manufacturer has provided chairs to numerous high-profile events and esports organizations in 2019.
- The ONE Dota 2 Singapore World Pro Invitational and the ONE Dota 2 Jakarta World Pro Invitational will each have $500K USD prize pools.
Secretlab announced a partnership with ONE Esports that sees the Singaporean gaming chair company named as the official chair partner for the upcoming Esports World Championship Series.
ONE Esports will be organizing a series of Dota 2 World Pro Invitationals featuring the top teams in the world, starting with the ONE Esports Dota 2 Singapore World Pro Invitational, kicking off later this month. With the signed deal, Secretlab will provide the competitions with its 2020 Series gaming seats.
Secretlab is no stranger to high-profile tournaments and has been a chair partner for events such as the League of Legends World Championships, The International 2019, as well as the recently-finished StarLadder CS:GO Major Berlin 2019.
“We are proud to be working with Secretlab, who like ONE Esports started in Singapore,” said Ian Alexander Ang, CEO and co-founder of Secretlab. “Secretlab’s partnerships with the world’s most prestigious esports tournaments, as well as their roster of the top international teams makes them a great partner for ONE Esports, whose mission is to celebrate and share the stories of the world’s best esports athletes.”
The ONE Dota 2 Singapore World Pro Invitational will be held at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on Dec. 20-22, 2019 and the ONE Dota 2 Jakarta World Pro Invitational will be held at ICE BSD on April 17-19, 2020. Each Invitational will see professional Dota 2 teams compete for a prize pool of $500K.
Secretlab has signed deals with numerous esports organizations and esports-related companies in 2019; this year the company partnered with Blizzard Entertainment to create licensed Overwatch chairs, became the official chair sponsor of T1 Entertainment & Sports, and in August partnered with competitive Counter-Strike brand Astralis.
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