British esports organization Fnatic has announced a renewed partnership with online entertainment service LeTou.
This update will see the firm continue to sponsor the Fnatic Dota 2 team throughout 2021. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. Fnatic's Dota 2 team is based in Southeast Asia and is currently participating in Dota Pro Circuit Season 1 in an attempt to qualify for The International, which will be hosted by Valve later this year.
The partnership, which began in October 2019, will also feature a new LeTou logo appearing on the team's jerseys, along with continued collaboration with Fnatic on a range of co-branded materials. The service will also continue to exercise its in-game naming rights for the team.
Note that in January, the organization signed a multi-year agreement with North American eatery Jack Link'S and announced contracts with two new employees to help Fnatic continue its expansion into the esports market.