SteelSeries partners with Mineski in promoting eSports

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Ronald Lee, marketing manager of SteelSeries for Southeast Asia, signed a contract with Mineski CEO Ronald Robins.
Ronald Lee, marketing manager of SteelSeries for Southeast Asia, signed a contract with Mineski CEO Ronald Robins.
Ronald Lee, marketing manager of SteelSeries for Southeast Asia, signed a contract with Mineski CEO Ronald Robins.

One of the leading global manufacturers of professional gaming gear, SteelSeries, announced their new partnership with the premier eSports organization in Southeast Asia, Mineski.

“We’re very excited in welcoming such a historic organization to our eSports family and are so incredibly proud to see their lineup of skilled players wearing the SteelSeries logo and using our peripherals,” said Marc Winther Kristensen, sponsorship manager of SteelSeries.

“Mineski has a world-class lineup of teams that have incredible recognition beyond their roots in Southeast abd are fierce competitors on a global scale. We wish them luck this year and look forward to working with them,” Kristensen added.

Mineski’s gaming team is based in the Philippines and is known as one of the top performing teams in Southeast Asian tournaments and leagues, particularly in DotA and DotA 2. The said tie-up will mean that all team members of a Mineski’s gaming franchise will be utilizing SteelSeries peripherals on their training and during competitions. Moreover, the team will also act as first-hand testers of new SteelSeries peripherals before making it available  to the public.

For more exciting updates about SteelSeries and their products, visit www.steelseries.com