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Red Bull team up with Gfinity for Red Bull Home Ground

Aditya Chaudhuri Aditya Chaudhuri

Upcoming Valorant tournament Red Bull Home Ground has roped in esports production and media firm Gfinity as its Official Production Partner.

The partnership will see Gfinity provide the tournament with end-to-end production services and broadcast, infrastructure and other facilities needed to make the tournament run smoothly. Red Bull and Gfinity will also work on other content activations during the event.

The tournament will be held at the Victoria Warehouse in Manchester between December 9 and 11, 2022, and will be streamed live on Twitch and YouTube. 

John Clarke, CEO, Gfinity, said:

We are excited to be working with Red Bull again and continuing our long-term relationship. When you work with Red Bull you can guarantee a collaborative and creative journey. The focus is on presenting the game and the tournament in a fun and compelling way for the players and fans. We love the challenge. Red Bull Home Ground 2022 will raise the bar higher than ever before. Don’t miss it!

This isn’t the first time Red Bull and Gfinity have teamed up, with both having partnered earlier for the Red Bull Kimite 2021 event, the Red Bull Campus Clutch World Final Knockout 2021, and the Worlds Simplified 2020 event as well. 

Red Bull team up with Gfinity for Red Bull Home Ground
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