Leading headset manufacturers, Turtle Beach, today announced that they are extending their partnership with Splyce- the eSports giant the owns teams competing on the world level in CS:GO, League of Legends, and Call of Duty- and are the 2018 Halo world champions. Turtle Beach will continue as the official audio partner for all of Splyce’s console-based teams.
Additionally, Splyce’s Call of Duty team will be competing in the Call of Duty World League Seattle being held at the Centurylink Field Event Center this weekend, Friday, Apr. 20-22, 2018. The tournament will feature hundreds of amateur and pro teams from around the world competing head-to-head in Call of Duty WWII on PlayStation®4 for a prize pool of $200,000.
“We’re excited to extend our partnership with Splyce and be part of their continued success by arming their players with the best audio gear in gaming,” said Juergen Stark, Turtle Beach’s CEO “Splyce continues to be a dominant force in the Call of Duty and Halo competitive scenes, and we look forward to watching them take on Rocket League this year.”
“Turtle Beach makes the best headset for a pro player to be able to compete at the top level,” said Marty Strenczewilk, CEO of Splyce. “That’s critical to Splyce’s continued success and at the core of our continued partnership. Turtle Beach headsets are a key piece of gear for our console teams to continue winning championships.”
The equipment used will continue to be Turtle Beach’s Elite Pro line, which was designed from the bottom up specifically for eSports professionals, and is treated as the standard for sound quality and comfort.