Financial terms and duration of the deal were not disclosed.
Under the terms of this new deal, Secretlab will outfit BLEED’s teams and its training rooms with its TITAN Evo line of “pro-grade ergonomic chairs.” Secretlab branding will also appear on BLEED’s team jerseys and across its social media channels.
Secretlab supports a number of esports teams around the world as well as top-level events such as League of Legends World Championship (Worlds) and The International.
Secretlab is the third partnership announced this week by the organization: On Monday it announced a partnership with live streaming platform Kick, and on Tuesday, a deal with Counter-Strike-focused fantasy trading platform eNDX.
BLEED currently competes in Valorant, Mobile Legends: Bang Bang, Counter-Strike 2, Rainbow Six Siege, and Dota 2. Earlier this month BLEED announced a partnership with Jeremy “Disguised Toast” Wang’s esports organization Disguised to operate a Valorant roster in Southeast Asia.