Team Vitality is a French eSports organisation founded in August 2013. Fabien Davide and Nicolas Maurer built this team that has several professional gamers and content creators from across Europe and India.
Vitality entered its first major tournament of League of Legends in 2016 and since then has become one of the most successful eSports organisations around the world.
Along its journey, the team has had several companies that have partnered up with it, which are detailed in this article. Let’s look at all the current sponsors of Team Vitality.
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Team Vitality Sponsors – Tezos, Adidas, Aldi, Corsair, Phillips, Crédit Agricole, SCUF Gaming, Secretlab
Team Vitality’s Main Partner / Sponsor
Blockchain network Tezos was announced as Team Vitality’s Main Technical Partner in January 2022. The multi-year partnership sees Tezos get front-of-shirt branding and visibility across Vitality’s various digital assets. Vitality also works with Tezos to educate the fans about the advantages and risks of blockchain technologies, with the two parties also collaborating on various fan activations as well.
Although the financials of the deal weren’t revealed, the deal is regarded as one of the biggest in European esports history.
Team Vitality’s Major Partner / Sponsor
In 2017, Adidas entered the eSports world and became the first official supplier of a professional team. This partnership has led to annual collaborations of Adidas products in Team Vitality colours. These creations include customising a console controller and also shoes in the Vitality theme.
Adidas has also been a part of several digital campaigns, and Team Vitality has its own store for Adidas merchandise.
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Team Vitality’s Official Partners
Aldi, a global supermarket chain, partnered with Team Vitality’s LFL, FIFA, and Fortnite teams in 2020. The main aim of the partnership was to implement nutritional programs to help players in their daily training and performances.
The agreement is part of a three-year deal, in which Aldi France’s logo will be prominent on select Team Vitality players’ jerseys.
The partnership between the two was signed through an agency, Agence SEVEN by You First Sports, and is the first time both entities step into unexplored territories.
Corsair is a global leader in the design and manufacturing of high performance equipment for athletes, content creators and PC enthusiasts. Corsair signed a deal with Team Vitality in 2020, and as a part of the agreement, provides all athletes with computer equipment they need to succeed.
MMD, the leading display expert and official licensee of the Philips Monitors brand, has bolstered its eSports presence by becoming the exclusive Official Supplier to Vitality’s FIFA team in 2021. The Philips Momentum product line allows the team’s athletes to improve their performance by delivering high-quality equipment.
Team Vitality’s Official Suppliers
In April 2022, French banking group Crédit Agricole inked a multi-year partnership with Team Vitality. The partnership sees Crédit Agricole serve as the main partner of Team Vitality’s training course: Vitality School. The deal also puts the Crédit Agricole logo on the Vitality School jersey. Crédit Agricole branding is also visible on various team assets and contents across Vitality’s LFL League of Legends team as well as its Rocket League, FIFA and Fortnite teams.
SCUF gaming was founded in 2011 and supplies high-end accessories and custom gamepads for both consoles and PC. SCUF is the official controller supplier for Vitality‘s FIFA, Rocket League and Fortnite teams.
Team Vitality announced gaming chair manufacturer Secretlab as their Official Gaming Chair Partner in April 2022 as part of a multi-year partnership.
The partnership sees Secretlab provide all of Vitality’s rosters with its range of gaming chairs while also co-designing the Secretlab TITAN Evo 200 Team Vitality Edition collection, an exclusive edition that is designed with Vitality branding and the French team’s #VForVictory logo.