Wycombe are delighted to announce Monster-Shop as the club’s first Official Esports Partner.
The partnership will see the UK-based gaming retailer feature across the club’s esports arena, provided by Rival, as well as support the clubs ambitious programme to break into the competitive gaming world.
Monster-Shop is a gaming retailer based in Middlesex that operate online and sells consoles, videogames and other gaming accessories. Daniel Lee, Director and Head of Sales said, ‘’We are very excited about this new and upcoming partnership with Wycombe Wanderers Esports. Our visions have been set out and we aim to take this partnership to the very top of competitive esport. We look forward to seeing you in the Monster-Shop esports Arena very soon.’’
“I’m so happy to be able to welcome Monster-Shop as the club’s first Official Esports Partner,” added Harry Gadd, Global Marketing Executive. “Dan has shown huge passion towards esports and we are very excited to work together to realize our ambitious plans in the world of competitive gaming.”
Wycombe Wanderers Esports will be competing in the Virtual Pro Gaming (VPG) League this year with teams in both the Xbox One and PlayStation4 formats, as well as in a number of individual entry tournaments featuring upcoming gamers Danger0usM8 (England) and Joselito-211 (Spain). The PlayStation4 VPG side, formerly Endangered Esports and managed by Luke7W_ and zKhxnn_, will compete in the PlayStation 5 VPG leagues as well as League 2 South (VPG Europe Super League) and the English Division, whilst the Xbox Side will be managed by Tezz3X and their league is still to be announced. Gamers representing Wycombe Wanderers Esports will be receiving a custom-made Esports shirt in the coming weeks, sponsored by Monster-Shop.
Earlier this year, the club introduced the Esports Arena provided by US-based gaming giants, Rival. The platform has since grown into a thriving gaming community where fans from around the world can compete against each other and be in with the chance to win exclusive prizes and we look forward to seeing this grow hand in hand with our competitive gaming sides. Click here to sign up to the first tournament where the winner has the chance to win the new FIFA22, courtesy of Monster-Shop, as well as 2 tickets to a Wycombe Wanderers match.
Finally, the club has created a new Twitter page for fans of Wycombe Wanderers Esports to follow (@wwfcesports) and the club will be committed to supporting Wycombe players in several tournaments throughout the year, with a particular focus in the UK and Spain.