European esports organisation QLASH has introduced a partnership with simulator provider Subsequent Stage Racing.
As a part of the deal, QLASH will likely be supplied with Subsequent Stage Racing’s cockpits and movement platforms to make use of throughout on-site occasions.
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Furthermore, each events will collaborate on a collection of posts on their web sites and social media platforms, sharing information about gaming, occasions and advertising alternatives. Subsequent Stage Racing branding will even be current on attire and QLASH could have entry to product giveaways for sim racing followers.
QLASH’s collaboration with Subsequent Stage Racing follows a fruitful 12 months for the organisation. Particularly, the organisation secured €1m (~£840,000) by means of its crowdfunding spherical and launched a gaming home in Mexico Metropolis. The organisation had beforehand reported that certainly one of its major targets is to broaden into different markets to bolster its QLASH Group platform.
Kam Khadem, Head of Model at Subsequent Stage Racing, commented: “We’re excited to associate with QLASH as one of many main organizations in esports. This partnership permits each organizations to work collectively to make sure the expansion of sim racing regionally and globally. We’re thrilled to work with QLASH on many thrilling activations for the Sim Racing group within the close to future.”
Subsequent Stage Racing was established in 2009 in Australia and has since expanded to Europe, North America and Asia Pacific. A few of its industrial clients embody Toyota, Samsung, PlayStation and Microsoft.
The corporate has additionally been supplying its merchandise to esports organisations similar to Crew Fordzilla and Axle Esports, in addition to world occasions similar to Supercars eSeries and Toyota Velocity.