Copenhagen Flames extends Razer partnership until 2025
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Danish esports organisation Copenhagen Flames and gaming peripherals company Razer have announced an extension of their ongoing partnership until mid-2025.
Razer will continue providing peripherals for all of Copenhagen Flames’ teams. Moreover, the brand will remain featured on the organisation’s jerseys.
The duo first entered a three-year deal in September of 2019, which saw Razer becoming one of Flames’ first international, non-Danish partners. Alongside Razer, Copenhagen Flames’ commercial portfolio includes the likes of Omen by HP, Elgiganten, Sport Master and software company Visma.
In Counter-Strike, Copenhagen Flames are well-reputed for being an organisation that has a great talent scouting and development team. Previously, the organisation has gotten two of its teams, both considered underdogs, to a Major tournament. The organisation also has an academy team called Ascent, which is meant to be for the ‘next generation of esports talents’.
Late last year, the organisation announced that it had joined CS:GO’s WePlay Academy League with its Ascent roster.
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In the announcement, Copenhagen Flames CEO Steffen Thomsen, commented: “I am extremely happy and proud to announce our continued cooperation and partnership with Razer – the world’s leading manufacturer of high-end gaming peripherals.
“This 3-year extension is a testament to the great work we’ve been doing together, where both parties have been able to grow and support each other at a large scale. Razer has made a huge difference for us, and has been one of the big reasons why we have achieved our great results. I look forward to continuing our great partnership and to set the bar even higher.”
Hisham Almadani, Journalist
Hisham joined Esports Insider in November of 2022. As a first-year student at the University of Detroit Mercy, he hopes to take his career into games journalism. When he isn’t writing, he’s probably reading.