ADATA Technology announces that is has formed a partnership with one of Taiwan’s biggest names in eSports, the Flash Wolves. This partnership comes on the heels of ADATA’s recent sponsorship of the IeSF World Championship 2018 in Kaohsiung, signaling its continued commitment towards supporting the growth of eSports in Taiwan and around the world.
“We are thrilled to be sponsoring the Flash Wolves as it is an extension of our mission of delivering high-performance hardware that enhances the experiences of gamers of all levels, from beginners to professionals,” said Simon Chen, Chairman and CEO of ADATA. “Going forward, ADATA will continue to promote the development of eSports in Taiwan and other regions by working closely with all stakeholders, from eSports teams and event organizers to government entities.
“The support of the business community is essential to the growth of eSports in Taiwan and boosting its competitiveness on the international stage,” said Pei-Ching Hsu, Deputy Managing Director of the Chinese Taipei eSports Association. “We hope the excellent example set by ADATA and other sponsors will inspire other members of the community to lend their support and help bring eSports in Taiwan to the next level.”
ADATA XPG and the Flash Wolves announced the partnership at a press event in Taichung, attended by ADATA Chairman and CEO, Simon Chen, as well as members of the Flash Wolves organization, including 2018 Asian Games bronze-medalists Maple (Yi-Tang Huang), Betty (Lu Yu-Hong), and SwordArt (Shuo-Jie Hu).
Founded in 2013 the Flash Wolves are one of Taiwan’s leading eSports organizations. They have competed at some of the world’s most prestigious eSports competitions including the League of Legends (LoL) World Championship and Intel Extreme Masters.