Tt eSPORTS goes PRIME
January 4, 2012 – Taipei, Taiwan – Tt eSPORTS and Korean Starcraft II team PRIME have announced a partnership today for Korea and global events in 2012. The partnership is effective immediately and will provide a cornerstone for Tt eSPORTS to begin entering the professional Korean Starcraft II scene that is so popular to worldwide fans. In keeping with the mission goal of providing the perfect user experience, Tt eSPORTS is hopeful that this partnership will continue to reinforce the quality and effectiveness of its gaming gear as it has over the course of 2010 and 2011.
The PRIME team is ready to begin the GSTL in January
In addition to representing Tt eSPORTS at Korean and international gaming competitions, this partnership will open the door to special PRIME branded products in the future, as well as provide the opportunity for current Tt eSPORTS players like the Taiwanese professional team Tt Apollos to train in the PRIME team house in Korea. Because this partnership is global in nature, Tt eSPORTS looks forward to seeing players such as fan favorite MarineKing attend more international competitions in 2012 following his upcoming attendance in the HomeStory Cup in Germany.
MarineKingPRIME is an avid fan favorite and has been to 3 different GSL Finals
Global Esports Community Manager Eric Brinkley comments on the partnership: “I have been a huge fan of the PRIME team for a very long time, and since his desire to attend MLG had been made public, I have been trying to find a way to make this partnership possible. Following our strong entrance into the Korean market later in 2011, I worked with our Korean distributor as well as our internal staff to make this wish a reality. I am very excited to see the PRIME team join the Tt eSPORTS family and I am even more excited to help players like MarineKing provide more possibilities in 2012.”
The PRIME team will be participating in the GSTL, a popular Korean team league as well as individual leagues such as GSL Code S and GSL Code A qualifiers.
The PRIME team gives a cheerful thumbs down to their opponents in the GSTL