T1 Entertainment & Sports recently announced it had re-signed its partnership deal with OP.GG Inc., the world-famous video game data platform. This deal will see the two sides continue to support one another as they (respectively) produce new content and provide data platform services to other organizations.
T1 and OP.GG are both looking to expand the domestic video game ecosystem in Asia while actively supporting retired esports athletes. As a result, the two sides will host several projects and activations, including the T1 Esports Academy as well as educational League of Legends content.
“We are excited to renew our partnership with OP.GG as the shared information, data, and tech support has helped users in playing League of Legends,” said Joe Marsh, T1’s CEO. “We hope to create a better ecosystem in esports and lead the way in esports with OP.GG”
Arguably one of the most famous gaming organizations in the world, T1 was founded in South Korea in 2003. The company supports rosters in several esports titles including Apex Legends, League of Legends, Fortnite, VALORANT, and more.