Redbull announce global partnership with T1

T1 is home to the most successful League of Legends team of all time and the rising VALORANT team, currently competing for the esports’ first North American championship title

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Pranav Nalawade
Pranav Nalawade
Editor in Chief at TalkEsport. VFX artist who enjoys Valorant as much as he writes about it.

T1 and Red Bull have joined hands and announced a multi-year global partnership spanning all their esports rosters.

For the unaware, T1 is home to one of the most successful League of Legends teams of all time and has a Valorant team that is currently competing for their shot at winning the North American First Strike Valorant tournament.

This multi-year partnership will offer T1 access to Red Bull’s performance infrastructure, including the Athlete Performance Centers in Austria and Santa Monica

The partnership will span all of T1’s esports rosters including League of Legends, Valorant, Fortnite, Super Smash Bros, and more.

As a pro gamer, I drink energy drinks during practice and before games, All of us at T1 are excited to enjoy our new partnership with Red Bull.

Lee “Faker” Sang-hyeok

T1 is home to arguably the best League of Legends roster in history, with three League of Legends World Championship wins to their name. They’re also the only roster to earn the title more than once.

The T1 Valorant roster is all set to compete in the North American leg of Valorant First Strike tournament organized by Riot themselves. The tournament oasts a prize pool of a whopping $100,000 and is the first Valorant major to be organized by Riot Games

As mentioned earlier, the partnership will enable T1 to gain access to Red Bull’s performance infrastructure like the Athlete Performance Centers in Austria and Santa Monica.

Red Bull is also in a partnership with the renowned streamer Tyler “Ninja” Blevins, who has recently returned to the world of streaming following a long break.

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