The Swedish GODSENT corporation has continued the Philips Agreement until 2021.
Philips OneBlade will be the “platinum sponsor” of the organisation, following an initial contract in late 2019. The agreement will be long-lasting.
Henrik Denebrandt, GODSENT’s CEO spoke in a release about this that deal: “We are so happy that Philips OneBlade was so eager to continue partnering with our brand and employees by 2020. Nearly the whole CS: GO team used OneBlade before the collaboration, so we can support these goods very effectively as we love them. This partnership allows us to continue to invest in our continuous growth in sports and also allows our actors to look and feel great to play.”
GODSENT will promote Philips as part of the partnership, and the idea that self-care and appearance affect overall performance in life and gaming during Philipps Nordic’s first long-term sports sponsorship.
“Philips OneBlade is proud to team up with GODSENT. These athletes are performing on an international level and have a strong heritage in their Nordic home turf. What Philips OneBlade will bring is that extra flavor of self-confidence. When you feel at your best you can also stay focused and go that extra mile.” said Philip’s Nordic Marketing Manager.
GODSENT has been the stable affiliate of The Final Tribe’s Dota 2, after its acquisition, a collaboration with Björn Borg and funding from the GRID sports development and data network since the rebirth last year after its decomposition in 2018.