The Pittsburgh Knights are pleased to announce their partnership with ExpressVPN. The virtual private network service will be the preferred VPN partner of the Knights and is also sponsoring the Knights Valorant Invitational.

Virtual private networks are an easy and effective way to protect your internet traffic. They essentially act as a secure tunnel between your device and the internet and are especially useful when using an untrusted network like free public wi-fi.

Gamers, in particular, will find a VPN helpful as using one can unlock add-ons that might be restricted on their network, like maps and skins. Combining a VPN with your gaming setup also allows you to prevent DDoS attacks and optimize for speed by picking from ExpressVPN’s servers in 94 countries.

ExpressVPN’s apps are also available on a range of platforms including Windows, Android, Mac, iOS and router. Through their MediaStreamer feature, ExpressVPN also supports gaming consoles such as PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo Switch and more.

“This partnership is great because we’re always looking to provide value to our fans”, says Knights’ president, James O’Connor. “Our fanbase is young, tech-savvy, and always online. We’re excited to be able to share the privacy and safety benefits of ExpressVPN with them, and we really think they’ll like the effect it has on the performance of their games”.

“A VPN has multiple use cases for gamers and non-gamers alike, including privacy and security, content access and more. We are happy to extend the benefits of our service to more people through our partnership with Knights,” said Harold Li, vice president, ExpressVPN.

ExpressVPN will be kicking off this partnership by providing their VPN service for the entire Knights organization. Follow the Knights on social media to learn more about their experience with ExpressVPN. Also now Knights fans can get three free months of VPN service from ExpressVPN, for more information go to

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