Founded in 2017, IGG has some of the most successful gaming-focused Twitch channels in the world, with over 1,000 creators worldwide.
By creating this partnership, the company aims to expand beyond its core igaming streaming business into esports, utilising Team Singularity’s diverse roster of over 100 players in more than 30 countries.
This partnership follows the launch of IGG’s proprietary platform WinParty in October.
“We are delighted to partner with Team Singularity, an organisation which is paving the way to a growing worldwide esports ecosystem across multiple platforms,” Interactive Gaming Group chief executive Cristina Niculae commented.
“We believe in the power of community building and Team Singularity stands out in their ability to engage a community between content and competition,” Niculae explained. “This partnership is one step forward towards our vision to inspire the world to play and bring great interactive entertainment to people around the globe.”
Atle S Stehouwer, founder and CEO of Team Singularity, added: “I am excited for Team Singularity to team up with the good people from Interactive Gaming Group.
“Their extensive track record speaks for itself, and this partnership will help us grow our revenue stream and partnership engagements overall.”