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Techxhub to sponsor Galaxy Racer’s ‘PUBG Mobile’ roster

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 Esports organisation Galaxy Racer has  partnered with  Techxhub for its PUBG Mobile players.

With this partnership PUBG Mobile players and content creators will have access to  Techxhub powered game room setup including SteelSeries gaming peripherals, gaming chairs, Vertagear Thronmax streaming gear,Legion gaming PCs, and Playseat racing seats. 

Currently Galaxy Racer PUBG Mobile squad includes five players namely Roxx, Owais, MaxKash, MJ, and Ultron. 

 Galaxy Racer CEO Paul Roy stated, “We value Techxhub’s pioneering business model that focuses on ecosystem driven approach and their disruptive model matches our core value in driving change and efficiency in the Esports industry with innovative products.We are thrilled that our professional esports team will be equipped with the latest innovative products that will enhance their experience.”

“Our vision is to be all-embracing technology experience delivery company, empowering a customer-centric ecosystem for emerging technology brands from product discovery to lifetime usage and beyond.Currently focused on the gaming industry we are powering consumer experience for leading gaming brands while partnering with wider esports ecosystem. Our partnership with Galaxy Racer enables us to engage with gamers and fans and showcase the best of gaming gear in real-time action,” said Techxhub CEO Sanjay Holmukhe. 

With the recent launch of SteelSeries in India the move is deemed as strategic whereby Techxhub who is the regional distributor coupled with Galaxy Racer’s growing footprint in the Middle East region provides a gateway for Techxhub to tap into the MENA and GCC market with an opportunity to spill over to cross markets as said by AnimationXpress. 

With the support of Galaxy Racer who currently holds 12 competitive teams and numerous content creators with over 100 million reach combined, the partnership creates huge potential for both parties.  

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