Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus has signed an unique sponsorship handle Suning Esports (SN), acting as the special smart device sponsor for its League of Legends team currently completing in the League of Legends Pro League Spring Split.

The financial terms of the offer have actually not been disclosed. OnePlus’ logo design will be shown on the group’s jerseys, alongside Chinese electrical brand Skyworth.

SN was thought about the very best Chinese League of Legends esports team in 2020, winning the runner-up place at the 2020 League of Legends World Championship.

During the event, the team signed sponsorship handle multiple firms, including KFC, auto brand Roewe, and China’s second-largest food delivery company Eleme. Alongside OnePlus and Skyworth, SN is also sponsored by, Logitech G, and live streaming platform Huya. Eleme and Roewe did not restore their collaborations after the 2020 Champion.

In 2019, OnePlus made its very first relocation into esports by signing a partnership handle British esports organization Fnatic. The collaboration included a jersey sponsorship and the combination of “Fnatic Mode,” a tool that could optimize the CPU, GPU, and RAM in OnePlus-branded phones to enhance the gaming experience. Together With OnePlus, Fnatic also cooperates with BMW and luxury brand name Gucci.

It is unclear whether OnePlus will release a “Suning Mode” for the China esports market. In July of 2020, Eric Gass, the Director of Global Brand Partnership at OnePlus specified he believed mobile gaming is the future, and OnePlus strives to equip players with the tools necessary to advance their gameplay.

In spite of the League of Legends being a PC video game, its mobile version – Leauge of Legends: Wild Rift – will likely be consisted of in the Chinese market this year. Recently, Riot Games revealed that the 2021 League of Legends World Championship Finals will be hosted in Shenzhen, and the company is about to get the esports ecosystem all set for Wild Rift in 2021.