Team Vitality selects Samsung as official TV partner – Samsung Newsroom UK

Samsung partners with Team Vitality and its world-renowned athletes, positioning the Neo QLEDs as the best TV choice for console esports gamers.

Team Vitality, Europe’s leading esports club, and Samsung Electronics France today entered into a partnership making Samsung the first official TV partner of Team Vitality.

This collaboration will allow professional players of Team Vitality, including world champions Corentin “RocKy” Chevrey and Alexandre “Kaydop” Courant, to enjoy the best gaming experience on the biggest esports licenses in the world (for example, Rocket League, FIFA and Fortnite) thanks to Samsung’s cutting-edge TV technology.

This partnership will also result in the creation of exclusive content, designed by Team Vitality and Samsung Electronics France to engage their respective communities.

Neo QLED: the choice of excellence for console esports players

The 2022 Samsung Neo QLED lineup delivers exceptional picture quality and the most immersive sound experience. It’s also “Next-Gen Gaming Ready” thanks to a host of built-in features, including an ultra-wide field of view, low latency, and four HDMI 2.1 ports.

From the Neo QLED lineup, Team Vitality selected the QN90B model, featuring a 144Hz refresh rate designed to deliver the smoothest and best experience for console esports gamers. From June, the Neo QLED QN90B televisions in 43″ and 50″ will be presented as the official Team Vitality televisions, in particular in a selection of points of sale across France.

Nicolas Maurer, Managing Director of Team Vitality, says: “I am very excited and honored to welcome Samsung to the Team Vitality family. Anxious to offer the best to our players, our choice naturally fell on Samsung televisions in view of the excellence of the Neo QLED, the ultimate reference for our fans and the gaming communities in general. »

Guillaume Rault, Vice-President of the Consumer Electronics division of Samsung Electronics France, adds: “Samsung is committed to providing the best TV experience possible, regardless of the type of content being watched. Gaming is not to be outdone, when we know that 49% of French gamers also play on a television[1]. We are therefore extremely proud that Team Vitality has chosen Samsung to become its first official TV partner and we look forward to developing our collaboration in the service of our respective communities. »

About Team Vitality

One of the world’s leading esports, Team Vitality is dedicated to developing the next generation of esports athletes, striving for excellence in all areas. The French team is one of the best esports athletes in the world over 8 games and aims to dominate the European esports scene and become a serious competitor in the biggest international competitions. More than an esports team, Team Vitality is a global lifestyle and entertainment brand. The team and its athletes have more than 14 million social media followers and count among their partners world leaders in their sector such as adidas and Tezos.

Team Vitality was founded in 2013 by Nicolas Maurer and Fabien Devide; V.Hive, its headquarters and a unique esports complex open to the general public is located in the heart of Paris. Team athletes train at the Performance Center, a state-of-the-art facility within the iconic Stade de France. Team Vitality continues to expand beyond French borders and has 16 distinct nationalities among its athletes and coaches.

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Team Vitality launched on the FIFA soccer game in 2015 and currently has two athletes: Lucas “DaXe” Cuillerier and Corentin “RocKy” Chevrey. Team Vitality had several moments of glory with RocKy, becoming French Champion in 2016 and World Champion in 2017.


Team Vitality has been competing in Fortnite Battle Royale since 2018 and has brought together some of the best talent around. Based at Team Vitality’s Performance Center in the heart of Stade de France, the team currently boasts one of France’s top Fortnite players, Idris “Snayzy” Aichouche.

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Consisting of Andrea “Radosin” Radovanović, Yanis “Alpha54” Champenois and Alexandre “Kaydop” Courant, Team Vitality’s Rocket League team is one of the best in Europe. Since its inception in 2018, the team has quickly risen to the top by becoming European and World Champions in 2019. More recently, they also won the 2021 European Championship and the Intel World Open.

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