Don’t be surprised when you see more blockchain in gaming.
Esports organization OG has partnered with a blockchain-based gaming technology company DMScript.
According to The Esports Observer, the OG Esport team - CS: GO - will promote DMScript products to its fanbase by wearing clothes that display the company's logo during participation in electronic sports tournaments held around the world.
The partnership with OG will also allow DMScript to gain more insight into the needs of the esports industry and help DMScript develop new ideas, high-value solutions, and products that improve the quality of life of players.
On the other hand, the partnership will help OG to develop and grow by taking advantage of the technical solutions provided by DMScript.
According to OG Co-Owner and CRO Xavier Oswald, the partnership with DMScript will not be the last and they intend to forge more partnerships with tech companies next year.
It is reported that OG already has partnerships with both SteelSeries and Secretlab and has struck a deal with Red Bull whereby the Red Bull brand is incorporated into the OG logo.
Esports and blockchain have forged a closer relationship in the past few years as more firms look at the benefits blockchain can provide. These partnerships vary in nature. Crypto-powered esports streaming platform Theta worked with South Korean Ludena Protocol to reward gamers for streaming content. There are even crypto-backed esports tournaments.