Centric Gaming Announces Alpha Esports Tech Partnership

Alpha Esports Tech, an esports event organizer and marketing company, has announced a collaboration with Centric Gaming, a North American organization.

Centric Gaming will promote and utilize Alpha Esports Tech’s online gaming platform, GamerzArena, for activations and contests following the agreement. While other platforms offer online gamers the chance to play free slots NZ from their favorite casino. There are plenty of free slots and bonuses for new and existing customers.

Both companies will conduct a Fortnight competition on the internet platform for the first activation. Centric Gaming’s social media networks will be used to advertise the event. According to the press announcement, Alpha Esports Tech’s subscription service Gamerz Arena will be promoted by Centric Gaming and its roster of competitive players.

After finalizing the deal, Kyree Ware, Founder of Centric Gaming, said: “We are super excited for this new venture. It gives us the ability to provide our players and fans opportunities for months and years to come.

“We are a young organization and continuing to grow this way allows us to expand our content and bring a variety of tournaments to our fans.”

Centric Gaming stated in October 2020 that Dion Waiters, a prominent NBA player, had invested an undisclosed amount in the company. Despite the fact that these figures were not made public, Waiters went on to become the organization’s largest investor.

Brian Wilneff, Alpha Esports Tech’s COO, added: “Centric Gaming is a young and exciting esports organization that we are extremely excited to partner with.

“We will organize competitive esports tournaments in the coming months for their fans and look forward to the exciting and fun content we will be creating over the coming years. Ultimately, we strongly believe we can leverage Centric Gaming and their existing following to attract a significant new user base to the GamerzArena platform.”

NBA champion Dion Waiters has invested in Centric Gaming


Dion Waiters, a basketball player for the Los Angeles Lakers, has invested in Centric Gaming.

According to Esports Insider, the organization wants to “make a statement” in Waiters’ hometown of Philadelphia by demonstrating that “gaming is something that can be pursued as a profession.” Waiters have teamed up with Kyree Ware, the founder of Centric Gaming, who will be in charge of the company’s esports growth. 

“Esports has always been a healthy escape for me and it is something I can see myself being a part of for a long time. I’m bringing that Champ Cheese Swag to esports!” Waiters told ESports Insider.

Centric will be focused on esports and clothing. In November, the organization aims to release the ‘ALL IN’ clothing line, which represents the challenges that both Waiters and Ware have faced: “[ALL IN] represents what it means to take chances and give it you’re all to achieve where you want to go in life,” the organization told ESI.

Speaking on the venture, Ware said: “Esports has always been a dream for me and I’m super excited to be doing this with Dion.”

Ware founded Centric Gaming in 2016, however, the company was forced to close down in 2018. Waiters revealed his intention to invest in Centric Gaming around the end of 2019, according to Esports Insider. Waiters are now the organization’s primary investor.

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