PC manufacturer PCSpecialist and National Student Esports (NSE) have joined forces to provide high-performance PCs and laptops to the UK student community.
The manufacturer will also become a sponsor of the British University Esports Championship for 2022.
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Alongside providing equipment to those participating in the championships operated by NSE, the collaboration will give aspiring writers and content creators the chance to review and sample PCSpecialist technology. The PC manufacturer will also run a range of giveaways and promotions throughout the year.
Alex Coulson, Managing Director of NSE, spoke on the deal: “PCSpecialist has a great reputation in the community for their high standards of quality, we couldn’t be happier for them to come on board and support our passionate esports and gaming community.
“We’re excited for the potential this partnership has and how it has the capability to bring so much value back to the students throughout 2022.”
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PCSpecialist is NSE’s sixth partner, joining Monster Energy, British Universities & Colleges Sport (BUCS), gaming charity SpecialEffect, and Intel, which has partnered with the tournament organiser since 2019.
The PC manufacturer is no stranger to esports having partnered with Fnatic. Moreover, the British Rally Championship collaborated with the firm for its inaugural esports tournament held in 2020.
Robb Boyd, Social Media & PR Specialist, at PCSpecialist, added: “As advocates of esports we are excited to be teaming up with NSE to support the student esports community for 2022 and hope this partnership will provide new opportunities and insights while delivering some exciting promotions for the community.”
Esports Insider says: The NSE has been a mainstay in providing UK students with a place to get involved in grassroots esports. Securing a deal with PCSpecialist will provide players and tournaments with high-end equipment built for competitive play.
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