Twitch and T1 furthers streaming alliance

Twitch and T1 furthers streaming alliance

The joint venture between SK Telecom and Comcast Spectacor, T1 Entertainment & Sports, today revealed it had entered into a comprehensive Twitch streaming deal.

The exclusive Multi-year Agreement for all players and content creators of the organization which previously focused solely on the team of the T1 League of legends will be extended.

The company has confirmed a spate of significant deals in 2020 with T1 Entertainment & Leisure, beginning with Nike’s exclusive apparel collaboration back in January.

Since then, Logitech G, Samsung Display Partner, and Hana Bank Banking Services Partner have been added by this company. Furthermore, T1, along with Cloud9, G2, Esports, Fnatic, and Fun Plus Phoenix, T1 is one of five teams that partnered with BMW in April.

Cloud9, Fnatic, FunPlus Phoenix, G2 Esports, and T1 are BMW partners.

T1 Entertainment & Sports also invested Mobalytics in the sports analysis business and signed a new three-year contract, in February, with the famous pro part owners of the team, League of Legends player Lee “Facer” Sang-hyeok. Once his career ends, he will assume a leadership role with T1.