North American esports organization Knights has announced a partnership with social investment and financial education app Invstr. As part of the deal, the app will sponsor the Knights women's Rocket League team and appear on the jersey.
Kerim Derhalli, Founder and CEO of Invstr: “Esports and investing have been two incredibly fast-growing activities among young people in recent years. Through a partnership with the Knights, the proud hosts of the MBK City of Champions digital and financial literacy community program and one of the leading esports organizations “We are empowering more young people to learn, become smart investors and take charge of their financial future.”
Invstr will also support the Knights MBK City of Champions program, a community initiative to increase digital and financial literacy among members.
Matt Roche, Director of Business Development at Knights: "I am delighted to welcome Invstr as our new partner. As a valued partner, they will support our teams, our events, our community initiatives and exclusive content to provide Knights fans with new opportunities to interact with our brand. Together we will also create new ways for hardcore gamers to win at Knights Arena tournaments and reinvest them through stocks or crypto.”
Note that Invstr is taking its first steps in eSports. The app becomes the North American organization's eleventh partner, joining HyperX, PNC Bank and Zenni Gaming, among others.