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M2 world champs Bren partners with Razer

Reigning Mobile Legends: Bang Bang world champion Bren Esports welcomed a new partner, Friday afternoon.

The Bernard Chong-owned franchise welcomed Razer, the leading global lifestyle brand for gamers, as its exclusive gaming chair partner and virtual gaming credit partner through its subsidiary, Razer Gold.

As part of this strategic partnership, Razer will support the Bren Esports network by providing its esports athletes and content creators with ergonomic comfort through the Razer Iskur while providing an elevated in-game experience through Razer Gold, one of the largest unified virtual credits for gamers worldwide.

Razer will also empower Bren Esports to provide meaningful and entertaining lifestyle content for gamers through its soon-to-be-announced weekly YouTube series titled Bren Try Squad.

“We are on the quest of championing lifestyle content for gamers featuring our esports athletes and the timing with Razer as a partner is a match made in heaven,” said Chong.

Razer has been at the forefront of esports globally and that’s why I’m truly glad to have this prestigious brand onboard as our partner because our vision and mission for esports are aligned.”

Sealing this partnership will further expand Razer’s esports footprint especially in the Philippine market and will enable Bren Esports to develop and conceptualize content catered to the local audience.

“Supporting the recent Mobile Legends M2 Champions with our products and services is exciting,” said Razer’s senior global esports lead Khang Thai.

“I’m really looking forward to watching all the content they’ll be sharing with our fans in the Philippines, and of course, seeing them compete and win under our banner.”

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