LOS ANGELES - GLORY unveiled today three new partnership agreements for GLORY: COLLISION 2. Ubisoft, Jack’s Casino and PowerDot join Monster Energy, Fairtex and House of Nutrition as official partners of the biggest event in GLORY’s history.
The leading interactive entertainment developer and publisher Ubisoft, creators of the Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege online tactical shooter video game, enters the GLORY ring for the first time ever. As one of the most popular and tactical multiplayer games in the world today, Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege currently has over 50 million registered players worldwide on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Windows PC.
Teamwork, tactics, and tension represent the three core pillars of this first-person shooter game. A forthcoming video series featuring a GLORY athlete and esports gaming team Trust Gaming, the reigning Benelux League champions, will highlight the parallels in focus, dedication and training required for success in both sports.
“We are extremely excited to partner with GLORY. With this strategic partnership we are highlighting the similarities between gaming and a physical sport like kickboxing to reinforce the fact that esports is more than just playing a video game,” said Milan van Valkenhoef, Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege Esports & Brand Manager at Ubisoft Benelux.
PowerDot, an electrical muscle stimulator which packs the power of Neuromuscular Electric Stimulation (NMES) into a small Lightweight pod controlled by an app, will be joining forces with GLORY for COLLISION 2.
The PowerDot patented Smart Muscle Stimulator is designed to aid recovery from workouts and rehabilitation from injury.
PowerDot will provide the benefits of “the world's smartest muscle recovery & performance tool” to all fighters on the card, ensuring they have the support they need to train and perform at their highest level for one of the biggest events in fight sport history.
"We believe through our industry leading, non-invasive technology solutions we can help people unlock their true potential. We are extremely excited to partner with GLORY to provide not only the athletes fighting on this card, but all athletes with this technology from the comfort of their homes" said Eric Glader, CEO at PowerDot.
Jack’s Casino, the premium casino company with 29 locations in the Netherlands, was today unveiled as a new partner of GLORY: COLLISION 2.
In addition to unique venue and in-ring branding during the live event broadcast, Jack’s Casino and GLORY will develop exciting promotional activities for GLORY fans before and after the event.
Jack’s Casino will also be included across GLORY’s social media channels alongside website integration of GLORYkickboxing.com
“We are very pleased with the partnership with GLORY and see it as an excellent opportunity to further promote Jack's Casino to a broad audience” said Eric Olders, CEO at JVH gaming & entertainment, the parent company of Jack’s Casino.
GLORY: COLLISION 2 takes place Saturday, December 21 at the GelreDome football stadium in Arnhem, the Netherlands. The Headline bout, a long-awaited rematch between Rico Verhoeven and Badr Hari, is the biggest fight in the history of the sport.
“We are proud and excited to welcome and work alongside our new partners Ubisoft, Jack’s Casino and PowerDot” said Marshall Zelaznik, CEO at GLORY. “The signing of these key partnerships is another clear signal that GLORY continues to be a leader in combat sports and a product with global appeal. We look forward to rolling out these partnerships and engaging an even wider audience around what is sure to be the biggest fight in the sport’s history - GLORY: COLLISION 2.”
Founded in 2012, GLORY is the world’s premier stand-up combat organization.
GLORY athletes compete across six weight divisions and are elite practitioners of striking styles such as Muay Thai, Kickboxing, Karate, Tae Kwon Do and Boxing. GLORY champions are the undisputed best strikers on the planet in their respective weight class.
Owned and operated by GLORY Sports International (GSI), the league holds 12-14 global events per year, with media distribution to over 200 territories throughout the world.
Ubisoft is a leading creator, publisher and distributor of interactive entertainment and services, with a rich portfolio of world-renowned brands, including Assassin’s Creed, Far Cry, For Honor, Just Dance, Watch Dogs, and Tom Clancy’s video game series including Ghost Recon, Rainbow Six and The Division. The teams throughout Ubisoft’s worldwide network of studios and business offices are committed to delivering original and memorable gaming experiences across all popular platforms, including consoles, mobile phones, tablets and PCs. For the 2018-19 fiscal year, Ubisoft generated net bookings of €2,029 million. To learn more, please visit www.ubisoftgroup.com.
PowerDot is the world's first mobile and wearable smart muscle stimulation device; a powerful training and recovery tool that puts the therapeutic benefits of EMS (electronic muscle stimulation) at your fingertips. EMS uses electrical impulses to cause the contraction of targeted muscle groups. Used by elite athletes, professional trainers and physical therapists for decades, PowerDot now brings the proven benefits of EMS to everyone seeking increased performance, faster recovery, and enhanced overall health. Linked to your Apple or Android smartphone with a dedicated app, PowerDot is an easy-to-use wireless system optimized for the modern mobile lifestyle. To learn more, please visit www.powerdot.com. Follow us on Instagram & Facebook.
About Jack’s Casino (JVH gaming & entertainment):
JVH gaming & entertainment is the market leader in private casinos in the Netherlands. The group operates more than 80 casinos under the well-known brand names Jack's Casino, Flamingo Casino and Flash Casinos. With its casino concepts, JVH gaming & entertainment offers a wide variety of electronic casino games in a hospitable, special environment. To learn more, please visit www.jackscasino.nl or www.jvhgaming.com. Follow us on Instagram & Facebook.
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John O’Regan, GLORY Public Relations
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