Noctem Esports sign first paid partnership with MSI, plan new tournament with £2k+ in prizes

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UK esports organisation Noctem Esports have today announced their first paid partnership – a deal with hardware brand MSI.

As part of this, the org are planning on organising a new free-to-enter Call of Duty esports tournament for the community.

Noctem Esports CEO and Founder Jack Stovell told Esports News UK: “We’ve run 30+ free entry community cups since last year, with over £2k in prizes, and MSI are keen to be involved.

“The tournament will be open to all, and we’ll be encouraging co-ed teams to showcase our womens roster alongside our Challenger roster.”

The MSI campaign will run through May and June with sponsorship of the Noctem Esports Call of Duty team at the Toronto Challengers Open 2024, advertisement across the Noctem and Noctem creator channels, the aforementioned online tournament with a prize pool, and more.

On the partnership with MSI, Jack added: “MSI are known in the gaming industry not just for the quality of their products but also their commitment to championing emerging talent and esports communities.

“That’s very much what Noctem is about, we’re always looking to push the boundaries and raise the profile of great gamers and creators. That’s why it’s so exciting to have a partnership we can really believe in.”

Noctem content creators also commented on the partnership. Ladygut said:

Megan said: “Super excited to be given the opportunity to work with a brand like MSI. Huge work outta Noctem Esports to make this happen!”

And AbiCoops added: “Proud to announce as a member of Noctem Esports I’m now powered by MSI, This opportunity is one we are so proud of and can’t wait to see our future working with them!”

We interviewed Noctem Esports on the UK org competing in the Apex Legends ALGS last year.

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