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The British esports org and new brand from The Senator Group come together to elevate competitive gaming comfort and performance

Excel Esports, a pioneering name in the British competitive gaming scene, is excited to announce its partnership with Sybr, the revolutionary gaming chair brand launched by The Senator Group. This strategic collaboration marks a significant step towards enhancing the gaming experience for both players and enthusiasts alike.

The Senator Group, a renowned leader in the field of furniture manufacturing, brings decades of expertise and innovation to the table. With a legacy of crafting high-quality furniture solutions for various sectors, The Senator Group’s foray into the gaming industry with Sybr showcases their commitment to excellence across diverse markets.

Sybr’s gaming chairs, designed with precision and passion, combine cutting-edge ergonomics with sleek aesthetics. The Senator Group’s extensive experience in creating comfortable and functional furniture aligns perfectly with the demands of the gaming community.

The ergonomic design of Sybr gaming chairs presents an opportunity for esports athletes and enthusiasts to elevate their competitive level. By focusing on posture, comfort, and support, these chairs have the potential to enhance players’ focus and endurance during intense gaming sessions. With Excel Esports’ dedication to achieving peak performance and Sybr’s commitment to delivering top-notch quality, this partnership is set to redefine the standards of gaming comfort.

Shahin Rasti, Head of Partnerships at Excel Esports, expressed his excitement: “Collaborating with Sybr is an exciting step forward for Excel Esports. As we strive to provide the best training and competitive environment for our players, Sybr’s ergonomic gaming chairs will play a pivotal role in enhancing their performance. This partnership underlines our commitment to excellence and innovation.”

Paul Hobson, Product & Design Director at The Senator Group and Creator of Sybr, added: “Sybr was born out of a passion for delivering unparalleled comfort and support to gamers. With our expertise in furniture design and manufacturing, we’re thrilled to partner with Excel Esports, an organisation that shares our vision for pushing the boundaries in the gaming industry. Our chairs are meticulously crafted to empower players and enthusiasts to reach new levels of focus and performance.”[BV1] [ph2]

Excel Esports, recognized as a trailblazer in the British gaming scene, shares a common vision with Sybr: to empower gamers to reach their highest potential. This 12-month collaboration will see Excel Esports integrate Sybr’s premium gaming chairs into its training facilities, giving its players an edge as they prepare for global esports competitions.

As a new brand in the gaming market, Excel Esports is dedicated to supporting Sybr’s growth in the industry. By endorsing and utilizing Sybr’s gaming chairs, Excel Esports contributes to introducing the brand to a broader audience, helping to establish Sybr asa premier choice for comfort and performance.

The Sybr chair will officially launch on 2nd October 2023. However, attendees of Insomnia 71 can get an exclusive sneak peek at the Sybr stand on the 8th, 9th, and 10th of September 2023 at the NEC, Birmingham. The brand will also be running giveaway competitions throughout the weekend.

Sybr joins a string of high-profile partners at Excel Esports including landmark partnerships with JD Sports, HSBC UK, Sony INZONE, PC SPECIALIST and a long-standing collaboration with EE.

Excel Esports has made several other exciting announcements recently, including the reveal of the Power-Up Program in collaboration with EE, a ground-breaking VALORANT talent development program set to push gender boundaries and provide women in the UK with gaming opportunities and a chance to seek a career in esports.

By George Miller

George Miller started his career in content marketing and has started working as an Editor/Content Manager for our company in 2016. George has acquired many experiences when it comes to interviews and newsworthy content becoming Head of Content in 2017. He is responsible for the news being shared on multiple websites that are part of the European Gaming Media Network.