Friday, 09 November 2012
RAZER LAUNCHES ELITE APPAREL OF CHAMPIONS
Team Razer celebrates dominance with brand new e-Sports apparel for its professional gamers
For Immediate Release:
CARLSBAD, Calif. – Nov. 8, 2012 – Razer, one of the world’s pioneering supporters of e-Sports, is celebrating the success, dominance and growth of its elite pro-gaming division, “Team Razer,” with the launch of a brand new line of clothing designed with its professional gamers in mind.
Razer has sponsored professional gamers for 12 years, starting with one of the most recognizable names in the industry, Jonathan “Fatal1ty” Wendel. As e-Sports transformed over time, so did Razer, culminating today with more than 50 teams on Team Razer—the world’s largest, most successful group of cyber athletes in the world.
Inspired by the Green Jacket in golf’s US Masters, we’re celebrating the continued dominance of Team Razer across all things e-Sports with the launch of our new Team Razer gear, reserved only for the highest performing members of Team Razer.
The Team Razer Champion Jacket (as shown on Kurtis “Toyz” Lau from Taipei Assassins and Stephen “Snoopeh” Ellis from Counter Logic Gaming EU).
The Team Razer Pro Gear Bag
The Team Razer Pro Cap
In preparation for the release of Team Razer apparel, we’ve already picked a handful of teams and players who will receive pro jackets for past achievements and continued commitment. The list is as follows:
For outstanding contribution to League of Legends and in recognition of their RIOT Season 2 World Championship.
For outstanding contributions to League of Legends and in recognition of their RIOT Season 2 World Championship second place and OGN Summer Championship
For outstanding contribution to League of Legends and its community and in recognition of first place victories at RIOT Season 2 Regional Finals, MLG 2012 Spring Championship, MLG 2011 Providence and IPL4 Las Vegas.
Counter Logic Gaming
For outstanding contributions to League of Legends and its community and in recognition of first place victories at MLG 2011 Raleigh, IEM VI Cologne and WCG 2010 Grand Finals.
For outstanding contributions to Counter-Strike: Source and in recognition of first place victories at ESL Pro Series V, VI, VII and VIII, Copenhagen Games 2011, DSRackLAN II and III, and Gamers Assembly 2009 and 2010.
Ubinited (former SK Ladies)
For outstanding contributions to Counter-Strike 1.6 and in recognition of first place victories at ESWC Paris 2005, 2007, 2008 and 2010.
Song “HerO” Hyeon Deok
For outstanding contributions to StarCraft and the community and in recognition of first place victories at Dreamhack Winter 2011 and the 2012 Battle.net Asian Championships.
Kim “viOLet” Dong Hwan
For outstanding contribution to StarCraft and the community and in recognition of first place victories at IEM VI Sao Paolo and MLG Spring Arena 2 2012.
Park “DongRaeGu” Soo Ho
For outstanding contribution to Starcraft and the community and in recognition of first place victories at 2012 MLG Spring Championship, 2012 GSL Season 1 and IEM Season VI New York.
In the coming weeks and months, Team Razer will be awarding more teams and players with their professional jacket . Stay tuned to http://www.facebook.com/TeamRazer to find out which will be next!
Razer has been a pioneering supporter of e-Sports since its inception. It is in our blood and we are driven to further the culture of professional gaming in all that we do. We work hand in hand with our pros to forge weaponry for the players who stake their livelihood on podium placements. Our gear is designed to perform flawlessly in high-stress tournament conditions where winning is everything and mistakes cost championships. Those who compete with our equipment will attest that we live by our credo: For Gamers. By Gamers.
For more information, please visit http://team.razerzone.com/.
Christopher “Razer|Right” Mitchell
Razer e-Sports Manager
Razer Public Relation
Alain Mazer, Global PR Director