You’ll soon be able to buy an official FMESPORTS desktop PC system, courtesy of online retailer Ebuyer and system builder Chillblast.
Esports News UK has a sneak peek of a custom case design mock-up which shows what the systems could possibly look like.
The FMESPORTS systems are set to feature a case with a custom glass side panel and an FM badge on the front. There’s said to be two models – a high-end gaming PC and a more budget-friendly system.
Specifications, prices and a release date have not yet been revealed, but it’s understood that the systems are now in the works.
The news comes after UK esports organisation FMESPORTS and etailer Ebuyer extended their partnership into 2018. The pair first struck a deal last August.
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FMESPORTS owner Darren Ball said in a statement on the FM website: “It’s been a pleasure to work with Ebuyer.com for the last six months so it only felt natural to extend the partnership through to 2018, with the plans and goals that both parties share.
“These plans will enable FMESPORTS players to continue to progress in their respective esports scenes and make the jumps to the next level. With our joint passion for pushing UK talent, we’re excited to see what the rest of 2017 and 2018 has in store.”
“With our joint passion for pushing UK talent, we’re excited to see what the rest of 2017 and 2018 has in store.”
Darren Ball, FMESPORTS
Steve James, Ebuyer.com gaming marketing manager, added: “The team is really going places and we were thrilled to see them crowned ESL CSGO Premiership champions. They are young, dynamic, and reflect all the values Ebuyer subscribe to as a company.
“It is a dream of ours to have a UK team in the pro leagues one day and I feel this is the first step towards that next level.”
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