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Call of Duty: Vanguard

Atlanta Faze has brought on SteelSeries and KontrolFreek as partners

The Call of Duty League team will be provided with the latest headsets and thumbsticks.

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The reigning Call of Duty League champions, the Atlanta Faze has signed a deal with a couple of new partners. Bringing on SteelSeries and KontrolFreek, we're told that the deal will see the CDL franchise provided with the latest headsets and thumbsticks from the two respective companies.

It's noted that the Faze will be using the Arctis Pro + GameDAC headset and the Arctis Pro Wireless gaming headset from now on, and that from KontrolFreek, the team will be provided with "the world's most advanced thumb grips".

"We're excited to align with SteelSeries and KontrolFreek, two iconic brands with a ton of rich history in esports and gaming and they continually push the boundaries of innovation for gamers," said James Crowder, head coach of Atlanta FaZe. "It's no secret that SteelSeries creates the best audio in gaming and esports and our players have won multiple championships using KontrolFreek Thumbsticks over the years, so we knew we wanted to be a part of the SteelSeries and KontrolFreek families and give our players a competitive edge."

There is no mention of any of the financials behind the deal, or its length.

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