FOUNTAIN VALLEY, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–HyperX, a division of Kingston Technology Company, Inc., and a sponsor of top gaming organizations worldwide, today announced Boston Celtics basketball player Jonas Jerebko and his eSports organization, Detroit Renegades, will join the elite team of HyperX gamers. Jerebko’s recent purchase of the Renegades was fueled by his passion for gaming and desire to continue building credibility for the sport. The Renegades’ sponsorship fosters HyperX’s commitment to developing a professional and supportive gaming community for all teams and players.
“The long-term goal is to establish the Detroit Renegades as a top gaming organization worldwide, and partnering with HyperX gives my team a competitive edge during an explosive time in the gaming market,” said Jonas Jerebko, professional player and devoted gamer. “Working with HyperX is a natural fit for the Renegades, uniting a great team of players with some of the best gaming gear available by a company committed to the sport.”
HyperX has been supporting the eSports community for over 10 years, and the Detroit Renegades will use HyperX gaming headsets and keyboards to enhance gameplay during tournaments and practice. HyperX develops products designed to meet the needs of all gamers, including the new HyperX ALLOY™ FPS keyboard, a compact yet full-size mechanical gaming keyboard with a space saving layout for FPS mouse movement, ideal for FPS classics like CS:GO and Overwatch. Additionally, HyperX recently expanded its popular gaming headset lineup with the comfortable and affordable HyperX Cloud Stinger™ – the best gaming headset for under $50 USD.
“HyperX works with eSports pros to develop the best gear possible and ensure all gamers are operating at peak level during gameplay,” said Daniel Kelly, director of marketing, HyperX. “The Renegades have a clear passion for eSports, and we’re excited to welcome Jonas Jerebko and the Renegades to the HyperX family.”
HyperX sponsors over 30 eSports teams, as well as gamers Gordon Hayward, Utah Jazz forward, Rick Fox, former LA Laker, and his eSports team Echo Fox. HyperX partners compete in tournaments worldwide and engage with other gamers to help HyperX develop hardware for every type of gamer – PC, console or mobile. The gaming community’s needs are constantly evolving, and HyperX continues expanding its active role in the gaming space, bridging eSports and traditional sports to support gamers globally.