T1 extends partnership with OP.GG

The following was sent to Inven Global as a press release

T1 Entertainment & Sports (T1) announced today that they have re-signed their partnership with global gaming data platform OP.GG Inc. (OP.GG). 


In their previous MOU, T1 and OP.GG actively helped promote one another by working together in order to produce new content and services respectively. The two will continue to cooperate with each other this year, not only with public relations, but with information and data exchanges, as well as technical support.


T1 and OP.GG both have something in common, which is that they both want to help expand the domestic esports ecosystem, as well as actively supporting retired athletes’ in their career building. As a result, the two companies will also push for various projects, such as the T1 Esports Academy, which fosters young players into becoming the next generation of professional gamers, as well as releasing educational content related to League of Legends.


T1’s CEO Joe Marsh explained, “We are excited to renew our partnership with OP.GG as the shared information, data and tech support has helped users in playing League of Legends. We hope to create a better ecosystem in esports and lead the way in esports with OP.GG


OP.GG CEO Choi Sang-rak stated, "I am delighted to continue our partnership with T1. Our partnerships will include sponsorship and collaboration to build a healthy ecosystem for esports industry."



About T1 Entertainment & Sports 

T1 Entertainment & Sports is an award-winning global esports and gaming organization. Fielding professional rosters in League of Legends (LoL), VALORANT, Dota 2, Super Smash Bros, and Overwatch. T1’s LoL team has won three World Championship, two MSI and ten LCK titles, making it the most successful team of all time. For more information on T1, visit www.t1.gg


About OP.GG 

OP.GG is a game platform company with over 55 Million MAU through web, mobile, and desktop app service. Based on a large user base in game data platform OP.GG has expanded business to eSports learning platform OGT, eSports data platform QWER, and game partner service DUO.

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