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https://hawkstalon.nba.com/news/hawks-talon-gaming-club-announces-first-partnership-with-the-raynor-group/ on April 26th, 2019
ATLANTA – Hawks Talon Gaming Club, the NBA 2K League team of the Atlanta Hawks, today announced their first partnership with The Raynor Group as its Official Gaming Chair Partner. A leader in the esports seating industry, Raynor Group will equip Hawks Talon GC players with club-branded gaming chairs for practice. These Raynor Group’s gaming chairs, patented with Outlast™ cooling technology and a “Certified Space Technology” endorsement, are specifically designed to provide Hawks Talon players the best posture and comfort during each practice session.
“As we aim to create a winning culture in Atlanta during our inaugural season in the NBA 2K League, our players need to feel at their best throughout our practices,” said Hawks Talon’s Team Manager and Head Coach Wesley Acuff. “We are thrilled to partner with The Raynor Group as they plan to equip our team with chairs that will help our players maintain consistent energy and engagement during practice sessions.”
In addition, The Raynor Group’s chairs feature a 145-degree back-angle adjustment, swivel-tilt mechanism with tilt tension and tilt-lock feature, as well as arm and seat adjustments. Using a dual layer of patented Outlast™ cooling fabric, the professional or casual gamer stays cool, is more comfortable, and plays longer.
“We are extremely excited to partner with an organization such as Hawks Talon GC” said Marc Fries, President of The Raynor Group. “Our organizations share a commitment to excellence in all our endeavors, and with our passion to create best in class gaming chairs, and their continued pursuit of greatness, we are the perfect match.”
Hawks Talon has a bye week scheduled during Week 3 of the 2019 NBA 2K League Regular Season, but will return to play two games in Week 4, the first against Mavs Gaming (6 p.m. ET) and the second vs. NetsGC (8 p.m. ET) on Wednesday, May 1. These games will be livestreamed on the league’s Twitch and YouTube channels.