StarTale and Quantic Gaming have joined hands.
On the 12th, the Starcraft 2 team StarTale officially released the news that they have started a partnership with the American team Quantic Gaming. Quantic Gaming currently holds the famous foreign players Kim “SaSe” Hammar and Johan “NaNiwa” Lucchesi and has also claimed several Call of Duty championships in North America.
As part of StarTale and Quantic’s player exchange program, SaSe and NaNiwa are currently practicing at the StarTale team house, and StarTale players will be given the chance to come to the states to practice whenever they want in Quantic’s team house that plans on opening in March in North America, as well as participate in foreign tournaments.
On top of this, StarTale players will have all their expenses covered when participating in foreign tournaments, and henceforth the two teams will engage in various projects together.
StarTale’s manager Won Jong Wook said “I’m very happy that we were able to enter this partnership with Quantic Gaming and I hope this will be a win-win situation for both teams. We’ll make sure to provide the best environment for Quantic players to produce the best results. StarTale’s first priority will be the Global Starcraft2 League (GSL) and we will send players whose schedules don’t coincide with GSL’s schedule to Quantic to participate in foreign tournaments”.
Quantic was recently in a partnership with IM, the team that holds NesTea and MVP, but because the teams had differing views for their future, this relationship did not last long. Eventually, Quantic ended up joining hands with a different partnership candidate, StarTale.
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