The IT firm Kingston FURY and the French esports group Team Vitality have established a multi-year cooperation.

The new multi-year relationship will provide Kingston FURY SSD and RAM to Vitality’s players in order to improve their training and daily performance. Similar to Kingston FURY’s agreement with G2 Esports back in January, this portion of the agreement will include all of Vitality’s venues, including the V.Hive, Stade de France, and the company’s Berlin performance centers.

The agreement will also include special social media material that highlights the company’s CS:GO division. The planned, unique social media material will feature future fan giveaways as well as digital awareness of the Kingston FURY items.

Robert Allen, marketing director of Kingston EMEA, stated, “Kingston is happy to announce this partnership with Team Vitality. As the first French esports club, they have gone a long way since 2013 to be one of the premier esports organizations in Europe. With our performance DRAM and SSD enhancements in the V.Hive, we look forward to enabling players to unleash their FURY in high-level competition. We look forward to being a part of the team for many years to come.

The agreement fits in with a long history of Vitality collaborations that emphasize local companies to give gamers the greatest tools for “optimal performance.”

Nicolas Maurer, CEO and co-founder of Vitality, declared that it was a tremendous joy to work with a company that has such a long history in esports. “Kingston has been using its industry-leading gear for years to take teams’ performances to the next level, and we couldn’t be pleased to have the opportunity to partner with them on that.”

At the moment, Vitality participates in six different esports games across Europe and even has an Indian Call of Duty Mobile lineup. The group’s CS:GO squad is getting ready for the IEM Road to Rio 2022: European RMR B competition in an effort to qualify for the IEM Rio Major. From October 4 to October 9, there will be an RMR B competition.