The e-sports club's management announced on its website that it has entered into a cooperation contract with a South Korean company that manufactures technical devices.
According to the contract, the partnership between the parties will last for three years.
NiP will be responsible for integrating Samsung technology into the content of rosters in such disciplines as CS: GO, Rainbow Six Siege, Valorant and FIFA. In addition, the parties will occasionally conduct various joint streams and campaigns to promote the brand.
For Samsung, this is not the first experience of cooperation with representatives of the gaming industry. Epic Games and Samsung previously launched a "Free Fortnite" partnership that sent Apple-style white gift boxes to bloggers as a reminder of the battle between Epic Games and the App Store against Google Play. The point was that, despite the unavailability of Fortnite on mobile platforms, the title could be downloaded from the Samsung Galaxy Store.