Southeast Asian esport organisation BOOM Esports has reached a partnership agreement with hardware brand AMD.
AMD will provide hardware for Boom Esports’ Dota 2 and VALORANT teams as well as collaborate with the organisation on content. Moreover, Boom Esports players will participate in the AMD Gaming 2022 Campaign, which includes a number of challenges for players.
Founded in 2016, BOOM Esports is one of the oldest esports organisations in the SEA region. The company fields rosters across a multitude of games including Dota 2, VALORANT, PUBG Mobile and Wild Rift. BOOM Esports is perhaps most known for its Dota 2 team which won the Gamers Galaxy Dota 2 invitational earlier this year.
AMD joins a partnership roster that includes betting company Rivalry, Web3 company Yesports, and an Indonesian ISP CBN Fiber, as well as EMERGE Esports.
Peter Chambers, Managing Director, AMD Asia Pacific & Japan, commented: “By powering one of the region’s best-performing VALORANT and Dota 2 Teams with leading-edge AMD products and solutions, the partnership will demonstrate how technology has the incredible potential to elevate esports talent to new heights.”
As a part of the partnership, BOOM Esports players will participate in upcoming AMD product launches and events in 2022 and 2023 all over Indonesia.