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AOC extends backing of Red Bull’s esports events

Electronics brand AOC has partnered with Red Bull to support the energy drinks company’s esports competitions.

As part of the agreement, AOC will provide monitors at 11 local esports events powered by Red Bull in 2019. Ten Red Bull Player One events will also be sponsored by AOC in the near future.

AOC will support the Red Bull Player One and Red Bull Strijders series for the remainder of the year. AOC monitors will also be featured at events such as CS:GO Flick, which takes place tomorrow (Saturday) in Turkey.

AOC previously worked with Red Bull last year, serving as the official gaming monitor sponsor of the Red Bull Guardians Dota 2 event and the Red Bull Kumite Street Fighter V Arcade Edition invitational.

The length of the new deal was not disclosed.

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