Image credit: Overclockers UK, EPIC.LAN
Hardware retailer Overclockers UK has renewed its partnership with UK-based gaming and esports event organiser EPIC.LAN for a fourth consecutive year.
As a result, Overclockers will continue having a physical presence at events throughout 2023.
EPIC.LAN appointed tournament platform provider for British Esports Association
EPIC.LAN and LDN UTD announce partnership
EPIC.LAN and Overclockers UK extend partnership
Thanks to the physical presence at EPIC.LAN events, Overclockers will provide hardware for giveaways in addition to technology and brand demonstrations during the three events taking place at the Kettering Conference Centre.
Founded in 1999, Overclockers specialises in PC hardware ranging from pre-built desktop PCs and peripherals. In addition to supporting EPIC.LAN, the retailer collaborates with a range of content creators through its affiliate programme.
The two parties first inked a deal in 2020 shortly before the COVID-19 pandemic. In the years since, Overclockers continued supporting EPIC.LAN’s in-person and online events as the headline sponsor. Overclockers renewing the deal is the first partnership extension for the organiser in 2023.
In 2022, the organiser renewed and expanded deals with peripherals company Logitech G and technology company Intel throughout last year.
Esports Insider has teamed up with the University of Warwick for ESI Next Gen. To find out more, click here.
Andy Welsh, Partnerships and Relationships Manager at Overclockers UK, spoke on the renewal: “We’re delighted to continue working with EPIC.LAN throughout 2023, allowing us to engage with the heart of the gaming community.
“We’re excited to build on what we’ve already done, and look to offer even more support for gamers with our expert advice, an on-site store, show deliveries, EPIC.LAN only discounts and plenty of giveaways. “
Jonno is a Freelance News Writer for Esports Insider and has been part of the ESI team since 2019! His interests include the rapid rise of sim racing and its impact on the wider industry.