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Valve announced that SteelSeries will be the peripheral partner of The International 10 on Thursday, making the brand Valve’s first-ever peripheral sponsor for any tournament.
The biggest prize pool in esports history 💰 The best @dota2 teams in the world🌎 The Aegis of Champions🏆
You know we had to get in on this…
— SteelSeries (@SteelSeries) September 30, 2021
The partnership with The International 10 means SteelSeries will provide its award-winning line of mice, keyboards, headsets and accessories to players and be integrated into event activations. SteelSeries will also be on the ground at the event, meeting fans and providing opportunities for them to interact with their products. Finally, SteelSeries has unveiled The International Dota 2 Championships limited-edition QcK Prism XL, which will be sold at and during the event.
SteelSeries have continued to support the growth of esports through its Prime Franchise. The Prime series features a lineup of lightweight, streamlined mice and a new Arctis Prime headset that features only the best-in-class technology and innovation. The SteelSeries Prime Franchise has worked with 100+ professional players in order to develop the best-in-class performance for peripherals.
SteelSeries has been in the fabric of esports for years through sponsoring teams. Professional esports players have won more money being sponsored by SteelSeries than any other brand. The company continues to show its commitment to esports by forming more partnerships over the last year. T1 and the Mercedes-AMG Petronas Esports Team are just some of the few partnerships that SteelSeries have secured.
SteelSeries has also previously sponsored teams that have participated in previous tournaments. For this International, Steelseries is once again sponsoring OG on their quest for a three-peat (and a win at this year’s International would secure OG as competitive Dota 2’s first-ever dynasty). Many teams have tried to pull one off, but only OG has come close to making it a reality.
To find out more about The International 10, look no further than Dota 2’s official website. Be sure to also follow Dota’s official Twitter and Instagram to keep up to date with news of the International 10.
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