BLAST has introduced a partnership with audio firm EPOS that features its EPOS I SENNHEISER product portfolio.

The collaboration has launched “to give fans a deeper appreciation of the vital role audio and communication plays in esports,” based on a launch.

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The first mission to come back about on account of the partnership is “Mic’D Up,” a video collection which gives followers with the chance to hearken to the game-deciding calls made throughout intense moments. The collection has already begun, with movies posted in the course of the beginning weeks of the BLAST Premier Spring Series.

Leo Matlock, Commercial Director at BLAST, spoke on the deal in a launch:  “Together we’ll convey to life the numerous ways in which audio is so essential; the participant communication, and the way their inner communication lead their actions within the gameplay. To do all this with a world-renowned audio specialist who’s investing of their gaming merchandise may be very thrilling.”

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BLAST Premier Spring Series is at the moment underway, with the common season wrapping up earlier this month. The Spring Final might be held on the VTB Arena in Moscow over June 17-21th.

Andreas Jessen, Senior Director of Global Product Management & Marketing, Gaming at EPOS, acknowledged: “We’re really excited to partner with BLAST so we can tell the story of ultimate gaming audio through this exceptional event. As leaders within audio technology, we have unmatched dedication in creating premium headsets that let you truly zone-in and feel the game, while giving you a competitive advantage by bringing out every important sound cue.”

EPOS is a three way partnership between Sennheiser and Demant that rebranded from Sennheiser Communications in November final 12 months.

Esports Insider says: EPOS and BLAST’s deal is a practical addition to the endemic partnerships in Counter-Strike. The shared mission, Mic’D Up, is bound to be fashionable if the success of comparable esports content material—akin to Riot Games’ Mic Check—is something to go by.

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