PSG.LGD inks EPOS deal

PSG.LGD inks EPOS deal

March 20, 2022

EPOS joins as Official Audio Partner.

Paris Saint-Germain Esports have unveiled audio equipment brand EPOS as their new Official Audio Partner.

The new partnership will see EPOS serve as the audio equipment provider for PSG Esports’ Dota 2 team – PSG.LGD. The team will be using EPOS’ H6PRO Closed Acoustic Gaming Headset, which ‘delivers ultimate performance across the full audio spectrum’ and ‘will provide that extra competitive edge to PSG.LGD’s game’.

Fabien Allègre, PSG’ Brand Director, commented,

“Paris Saint-Germain Esports is delighted to welcome EPOS in the PSG Esports family.

‘Esports is an innovative field in which technology can make the difference. Together with EPOS, we share the same goal to lead innovation for everyone, pro and non-pro esports players, to reach the best performances and game conditions.”

Maja Sand-Grimnitz, Director of Global Marketing of EPOS, stated,

“At EPOS, we very much look forward to working with global, premium brands such as PSG and LGD adding the best Dota2 team in China – and one of the best teams in the world – to our portfolio.

‘Together we have an exciting journey ahead of us, and EPOS strongly believe that our best-in-class audio products can support the players in their push to finally take home the aegis and achieve the title as the best team in the world at The International in 2022.”

PSG joined forces with the Shanghai-based team LGD in April 2018 and is one of the top teams in Dota 2. PSG.LGD has qualified for every single The International since 2018 and has reached the finals on two occasions in 2018 and 2021.

Aditya Chaudhuri

Hailing from the City of Joy, the things that bring me joy are cricket, a good non-tilt CS:GO session, F1 and movies.

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