OPPO renews the sponsor at the League of Legends World Championship 2021
OPPOone of the world’s leading companies in the smart device sector, renews its partnership today with Riot Games for the world championship of League of Legends 2021. This agreement marks a further step to consolidate the company’s presence in the field of Esports, an increasingly important international sector that involves professional, semi-professional or amateur gamers from all over the world.
OPPO sponsors the League of Legends World Championship 2021
This year OPPO will award the prizes for the “Best Player” category to professionals who will be able to dominate virtual battlefields with extraordinary performance. In addition, the company will share behind the scenes of the event with the public, showing match highlights and interviews with players and teams.
“It is a pleasure for us to confirm the partnership with Riot Games again this year. League of Legends is an extremely important platform that will allow more and more players around the world to stay in touch with our company. “, Said William Liu, Vice President of OPPO.
“Given the success of last year’s partnership, we are thrilled that OPPO is the main sponsor of the League of Legends World Championship 2021. As a global leader in smartphone gaming, OPPO has indeed become one of the most exciting and beloved tech brands among virtual gamers. internationally. We can’t wait to find out what OPPO will offer to the public at the finals, ”he said John Needham, Global Head of Esports at Riot Games.
Furthermore, as a company strongly attentive to the needs of its consumers, OPPO has been able to grasp the needs and requirements of gamers, providing a smooth and intuitive gaming experience through dedicated modes available on your ColorOS operating system. In fact, by activating the function Gaming on their OPPO smartphone, mobile gamers will not be bothered by notifications, messages or calls, enjoying an immersive and seamless gaming experience.
League of Legends World Championship 2021 will invite elite teams from ben to this year 11 countries, providing the highest stakes ever. The tournament will start on October 5th and will end with the finals on November 6, in Reykjavik, Iceland.