Singapore-based Valorant organisation, Bleed Esports has secured a two-year partnership with premium water purification company, Hydroflux. This came shortly after Bleed Esports came in second runner-up from the KJC eSports Valorant Invitational held in October 2021.
Their current Valorant roster is based on professional players from Southeast Asian region:
- Justin “jarpiX” Pooi – Singaporean
- Darren “FirstLove” Mok – Singaporean
- Muhammad “FrostyZ” Adam – Malaysian
- Xavier “Lexy” Lee – Singaporean
- Ian “Chrysania” Zhe – Singaporean
The newly formed Valorant team was founded in 2021 and is currently ranked 10 in the Asia-Pacific with 1784 rating (as of 20 October 2021). Bleed Esports is one of the top organisation to look out for having seen them came in second place with SGD $2,100 in prize money from the KJC Valorant Invitational.
The KJC Invitational is an invitational tournament, sponsored by Aim Lab and Vertagear, with 18 potential teams from the Southeast Asian region. Paper Rex, the top organisation from Singapore, recently competed in the VCT Masters in Berlin. They had won Bleed Esports in the Grand Finals in the Invitational to secure the number one spot.
With the fresh funds available, Bleed Esports looks set to field more resources to innovate and develop a futuristic gaming hub for players and staff. The professional gaming organisation will be able to expand their key operations and provide more opportunities in the eSports arena and grow their team.
Hydroflux, which specialises in distributing water dispensers with their high technology water filtration systems, aims to further boost their wide range of water dispensing business with their partnership with Bleed Esports enabling gamers easy access to clean water.