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United States Air Force partners with Cloud9

The U.S. Air Force forces have collaborated with Cloud9’s Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, with the association set to commence at this current end of the week’s ELEAGUE CS: GO Premier 2018 and proceeding through May 2019. As a component of the arrangement, the Air Force logo will show up on the group’s jerseys.

Cloud9 additionally as of late marked a shirt sponsorship manage Red Bull for the majority of its squads.

Jack Etienne, owner of Cloud9 said:

“Cloud9 is proud to create awareness of the Air Force for our amazing fan base. By developing a dynamic partnership with the Air Force, we will be able to deliver extraordinary content that will show fans a totally different side of the team. No one else in the world can put our team into a jet and let our fans watch the sheer thrill come over their faces. It’s going to be amazing.”

The Air Force will work with C9 to produce video content. The videos will feature the CS: GO learning about the military branch. Moreover, Air Force will also sponsor the team’s monthly web series.

That apart, Cloud9 is also sponsored by OMEN by HP, Twitch, HTC, HyperX, MSI, and NEEDforSEAT USA.

Cloud9 has ventured into sixteen teams spread out to eleven games. The games include League of Legends, Overwatch & CSGO. They successfully started the year, becoming the first North American squad to ever win the prestigious Valve Major tournament.

Sajid Paik
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