Coinbase partners in League of Legends with an esports gaming organisation

“Crypto was a new concept to me once, but when I started reading and watching, it became apparent that it wasn’t a passing fad. It’s here now and will continue to be so,” Steve Arhancet, Team Liquid’s co-CEO and owner of Team Liquid, said.
Team Liquid is an esports and gaming organisation that operates across major titles like Fortnite and League of Legends. Coinbase will enable crypto payments for Team Liquid’s online marketplace. Both companies will also collaborate on technology to encourage fan engagement. Coinbase will enable crypto payments for Team Liquid’s online marketplace. Both will collaborate on technology that encourages fan engagement. “We hope that we can decode crypto together with Coinbase for Team Liquid fans,” said Steve Arhancet, co-CEO of Team Liquid. Team Liquid was founded in 2000 and has over 100 gamers participating in esports games like Fortnite, League of Legends and Valorant. Coinbase’s information will be displayed on Team Liquid’s jerseys. It may also assist in the development of nonfungible tokens that can be used across multiple gaming platforms. There is already some competition among major crypto exchanges that support professional esports teams. FTX announced in June that it had signed a seven year sponsorship deal with League Championship Series (LCS) for League of Legends, and other gaming competitions. Riot Games, the developer behind League of Leagues, had previously signed a deal with FTX. This ban barred the team from using the crypto exchange’s logo at Riot Games competitions. It is not clear if Coinbase plans to have its name on Team Liquid’s jerseys.

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