Gamescom Asia 2020 names Razer its official esports partner

Oct 03 2019 1 min read

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Gaming hardware and peripheral company Razer, has been named the official esports partner of Gamescom Asia 2020. The gaming convention will be held in Singapore from October 15-18, 2020.

In addition, Razer will also sit on the event's advisory committee and will manage the gaming and esports section of the convention. Over 30,000 attendees are expected, with August's event in Cologne drawing an estimated 373,000 attendees. 

Koelnmesse Pte Ltd. managing director, Mathias Kuepper said in a release: "This partnership is the perfect opportunity to bring a unique consumer experience to Gamescom Asia, and we are excited to have Razer onboard as our first official esports partner. Together, we will scale-up the playing field for the gaming industry in the region."

Koelnmesse Singapore will organize the convention alongside The German Games Industry Association. Gamescom Asia will be the first edition of the decade-old convention to be hosted outside Germany.

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