Next Level Racing and G2 Esports have agreed a global partnership that will see the two leading names in competitive gaming and simulation take on the international competition at the highest levels.
Berlin-based G2 Esports was founded in 2014 with the values of competition deeply rooted in the team’s ethos and has won multiple titles internationally in games like iRacing, League of Legends, Counter-Strike, Valorant, and more.
In 2022, Next Level Racing and G2 Esports are set to take on the sim racing scene by storm, with the aim for G2 Esports Team Pros, competing on the global stage on Next Level Racing cockpits. This new partnership will also see Next Level Racing and G2 Esports collaborate on exciting community activation and events, with more details to be revealed soon.
Kam Khadem | Head of Brand at Next Level Racing said: “International competition is what Next Level Racing lives for, and we are proud to be in partnership with G2 Esports to support their expansion in the exciting world of sim racing and top-tier competitive esports. We are looking forward to racing at the highest levels with the G2 Esports Team Pro drivers!”
Nathan Tague, Head of Sim Racing at G2 Esports: “We are delighted to welcome Next Level Racing as a partner of our Sim Racing team. From early conversations, it was clear that we share the same passion, goals, and vision for the future of the sim racing ecosystem. We can’t wait to get to work on bringing these to life through our partnership. Like G2, Next Level Racing is a world leader in its respective field and combined, we are setting ourselves up for sustained success, both on and off the circuit. Our drivers will be equipped with NLR’s truly cutting-edge equipment, enabling them to bring home the championships and wins that G2 is renowned for. G2 has been a key player in Sim Racing since 2017. Delivering the first sim racing-specific partnership is a proud moment for us and it reaffirms our long-term commitment to the discipline.”
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