We are excited to announce that Secretlab, the world leader in high-performance gaming seats, will be joining the LEC as our official chair partner. As the gaming seat of choice for the LEC and European Masters, Secretlab will give LEC players the extra edge and support they need to succeed on the big stage. Secretlab already has deep roots with Riot Games, and last year they outfitted the LCS and its three premier global events — the Mid-Season Invitational, the All-Star Event, and the World Championship — with its industry-leading seats.
As part of the partnership, we will also release the world’s first official LEC chair with the Secretlab LEC Edition, which will reflect our branding and highlight the distinct identity of the LEC. The Secretlab LEC Edition comes with all the upgrades of the Secretlab 2020 Series and is engineered for all-day comfort and lasting support. Fans can upgrade their seating experience with the same chair trusted by many of their favorite LEC teams.
“Secretlab has consistently been picked as the chair of choice of the biggest, international esports tournaments, where the world’s best talent is on display and the stakes are the highest. League of Legends is the world’s most popular esport, both in terms of player and viewership numbers, and we are incredibly excited to cement our partnership with Riot Games and further our goal to equip the world’s elite players with the support they need to succeed,” said Ian Alexander Ang, co-founder and CEO of Secretlab. “Secretlab remains dedicated to creating the ultimate seating experience for gamers, and our commitment to comfort and performance is what enables us to meet the exacting standards set by pro players.”
We only want the best equipment and hardware for teams and players and Secretlab consistently provides high-quality products for players and fans. So, pull up a chair and help us kick off Summer on June 12!

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