FURIA, a Brazilian esports organization, has announced a partnership with the stream management platform, Streamcoi.
Founded in 2017, FURIA is a professional esports organization hailing from Brazil. They may be most known for their CS:GO team, however, they also field teams in VALORANT, Rainbow Six, League of Legends, PUBG, and Rocket League, to name a few. Since its inception, they have branched out to become a lifestyle brand with products that match their fan base.
As part of the deal between FURIA and Streamcoi, the two organizations will work together to manage FURIA’s creators, including professional players and streamers.
“Intuitive and quick setup. Report updated at each displaying time with enough data to optimise at any time and deliver great results. I’m positive that FURIA´s team of streamers will make the best of the capabilities of this new tool.” Marcela Fukuoka, Media Specialist at FURIA.
Streamcoi is a convenient streamer management tool that allows its users to manage, automate, and view statistics from a single dashboard. In addition to their partnership with FURIA, Streamcoi is also in partnership with the major esports organizations, BIG, MAD Lions, and G2 Esports.
Streamcoi will help facilitate the automation of FURIA’s streams. This means expanding the potential for FURIA creators and pro players to display sponsored content across their streams.
The organization will also gain access to team assets, artwork, overlays, and clips. The purpose of this is to allow for real-time adjustments and campaign set-ups without the need to engage creators. By using Streamcoi, FURIA will also gain access to in-depth statistics and analytics.
“They trusted us at the very beginning and it’s a great honour to help them save time and monetise their streamers for so long. What many teams are only starting to learn, have already had the pleasure of doing for over a year.” Jakub Janaszek, Product Lead at Streamcoi.
The partnership between FURIA and Streamcoi will allow FURIA to easily automate managing its campaigns across multiple streams, and provide better access to sponsored content, assets, and other stream elements.