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Omen By HP
Omen by HP, the U.S. technology company’s gaming brand, has decided to trust Team Vitality to promote our shared values for performance and competition. This is a huge honor for us to welcome such a partner in our midst, Vitality is the first eSports organization to be sponsored by the Californian company.
Adidas is a German company founded in 1949 by Adolf Dassler, specialized in the manufacture of sporting goods, based in Herzogenaurach in Bavaria. It is known worldwide as the three-band brand, because of the three parallel bands that make up its logo. Adidas is one of the world's leading sports equipment manufacturers. Adidas has made an entry as a pioneer in the world of esport by becoming the first equipment supplier of an esport team, Vitality.
Volvic is a brand of mineral water. Its source is Clairvic Spring, Auvergne Regional Park just to the north of the Puy de Dôme in France. The first of the springs in the area was tapped in 1922, and the first bottles appeared on the market in 1938. Today, Volvic waters are internationally known. Over 50% of the production of Volvic water is exported to more than 60 countries throughout the world. Two bottling plants produce over 1 billion bottles of water annually and are the principal employers of the local Volvic commune. In 1993, the Volvic Company was bought by Groupe Danone. Since 1997, Volvic has been using PETE, a recyclable material, to make their bottles. Volvic also produces a range of water that has natural fruit flavouring named Volvic Touch of Fruit, with sugar-free options. Recent flavours include strawberry, summer fruits, orange & peach, cherry, and lemon & lime. Other ranges available are Volvic Juiced (water with fruit juice from concentrate), and Volvic Sparkling (sparkling flavoured water similar to Touch of Fruit).
French and European premium cable television channel, Canal+ broadcasts several kinds of programming which are mostly encrypted. Faithfully devoted to sports enthusiasts for many years, the channel has stepped into eSports for the first time through this partnership. Canal+ becomes the first Western TV channel to work beside an eSports organization.
Twitch is a live streaming video platform owned by Twitch Interactive, a subsidiary of Amazon.com. Introduced in June 2011 as a spin-off of the general-interest streaming platform, Justin.tv, the site primarily focuses on video game live streaming, including broadcasts of eSports competitions, in addition to creative content, "real life" streams, and more recently, music broadcasts. Content on the site can either be viewed live or via video on demand.