SteelSeries is no complete stranger to sponsoring groups and occasions in the “Dota 2” universe.

The video gaming peripheral company is currently a sponsor of company OG, the only two-time winner of “Dota 2” tournament The International, and the relationship between SteelSeries and BLAST has actually currently been established for previous occasions. The peripheral business likewise sponsored last November’s BLAST Pro Series Copenhagen.

Now, the business is sponsoring BLAST Bounty Hunt, an inaugural “Dota 2” competition that includes six teams.

Tim Ashton, European Head of Esports for SteelSeries, stated in a statement, “BLAST have actually shown time and once again that they have actually got what it takes to release leading tier tournaments and events, and we’re thrilled to be part of their first foray into Dota 2. This scene is a happy part of our heritage, and we can’t wait to see how the Dota 2 community engage with this interesting brand-new addition.”

BLAST Bounty Hunt will highlight an interactive fan forecast game, bounties to award additional reward cash, and a prize swimming pool of $150,000. SteelSeries will offer the event’s analysts and analysts with headsets.

Leo Matlock, Commercial Director at BLAST, included, “The collaboration provides a best suitable for both brands with BLAST and SteelSeries sharing a keen eye for development and fantastic enthusiasm for the world of esports. We’re thrilled to have SteelSeries on board for BLAST Bounty Hunt, and bringing some interesting fan engagement concepts with their ‘Dota 2’ heritage, as we seek to broaden into the popular video game and provide the very first class tournament that audiences have actually come to get out of us.”