Chinese esports organization JDG Gaming recently announced it signed a naming rights deal with Intel Corporation. Financial details were not revealed, but the two-year deal will see JDG Gaming change its name to JDG Intel Esports Club.
In May, JDG Intel Esports Club announced it was undergoing a rebranding. As a result, it unveiled plans to relocate its headquarters and home venue to Beijing, the same city where its parent company, Jing Dong, is located.
JDG Intel Esports Club currently has 15 sponsors. This includes companies like DouYu, Razer, and Samsung, among others.
(All information was provided by The Esports Observer)
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