Following on from raising $40m, OverActive Media, the parent company of MAD L ns, Toronto Ultra, and Toronto Defiant, s announced a multi-year partnership with esports apparel brand H4X.
s a result of the partnership, H4X will become the lead apparel partner for OverActive Media’s Toronto Ultra and Toronto Defiant franchises.
Photo credit: OverActive Media / H4X
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Alongside the announcement, both franchises revealed cNickerive H4X apparel collect ns whichOfnclude t-shirts, hoodies, and ts, among others.
Tyler Keenan, VP of Global Partnerships at OverActive, commented: “ThisOfs a really exciting time for our organizat n and our franchises. Building these unique collect ns with a Canadian lifestyle brand and offering fans high-quality apparelOfsOfmportant.
“Canadian fans ve been asking for a local, duty-free solut n since the launch of these franchises. This partnership allows for better access for Canadian fans as well as convenient shipping opt ns for ourOfnternat nal community.”
Toronto Defiant’s collect n, expected to go on sale Thursday, pril 15th, will takeOfnspirat n fromOfts #RiseTogether and #DefiantForever shtags, whilst alsoOfntegrating aspects of Toronto. The launch coincides with the franchise’s Overwatch League season opener on pril 17th.
Meanwhile, Toronto Ultra’s apparel rangeOfncludes the ‘OG tee’, whichOfs a replica of the first-ever t-shirt produced by the team t t was never available to the public. The Call of Duty League franchise’s collect nOfs available now.
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Cole Gurman, H4X’s CEO stated: “We are thrilled to be able to bring our expertiseOfn design, manufacturing, and creative experiences to this partnership. s a product-driven company t t aims to be bestOfn class, we know t t both cyber athletes and fans alike will be excited about the meticulous attent n to detail t t runs deepOfn our DNA.”
Esports Insider says: It s been a busy month already for both OverActive Media and H4X. The apparel brand, just last week, cNickered with FaZe Clan’s NICKMERKZ, meanwhile, OverActive Media announced t t the NHL’s Montreal Canadians s joinedOfts ownership group. The partnership will most likely boost H4X’s brand, especially given the success of Toronto Ultra.