Velocity Gaming inks FanClash partnership

Velocity Gaming inks FanClash partnership

June 10, 2022

Southeast Asia’s number one VALORANT team Velocity Gaming have announced a new partnership with esports platform FanClash.

The partnership will see FanClash provide Velocity Gaming with various fan engagement opportunities. Additionally, fans will also get access to exclusively curated content and will be able to play games such as Free Fire, PUBG Mobile, COD Mobile, COD PC, Valorant and CS:GO with more than INR 50 lakh as prize money. The agreement is aimed at growing and improving the esports culture in India, especially activating more fan engagement online. 

Rishabh Bhansali, Co-Founder, FanClash said:

Globally, fans spend more than 10 hours a week watching and playing esports, yet with no way to further engage in or monetise all this passion. FanClash provides a platform which enables the esports viewers to engage actively with the world’s leading tournaments and teams, such as VLT. 

This partnership is a huge step in line with our mission to revolutionise esports fans’ experience by providing thrilling, fair, and accessible gameplay.

Manoj Kasyap, Founder of Velocity Gaming, added:

FanClash as a platform has always supported emerging Esports talent. We are happy to associate with a brand that caters to the fantasy gaming needs and can be instrumental in boosting user engagement not just with the existing fans but also generate greater interest from the newer entrants. 

They have a track record of pushing the boundaries for charting competitive leagues and providing great engagement experience.

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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