Wisconsin-based education and computing furniture manufacturer Spectrum Industries has partnered with the Milwaukee Bucks’ Bucks Gaming NBA 2K League franchise to provide equipment to area nonprofits and high schools, and to develop and test the company’s line of esports-related furniture.
Financial terms were not disclosed.
Nonprofits and local schools interested in starting an esports program are invited to apply for a chance to win gaming systems and furniture to jumpstart their esports program. One submission will be selected, according to the announcement.
The organizations will also collaborate on esports furniture and product designs, with Bucks Gaming players and staff working “closely with Spectrum Industries to develop and enhance its current esports product lines.” They will also help with testing and the “group sampling process.” The collaboration will be documented through a “season-long video series.”
Bucks Gaming’s other partners include Alienware, Kohler, Raynor Gaming, and KwikTrip.
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