ISC Partners with Legacy Esports

Legacy Esports is pleased to announce a new partnership with leading sports apparel company, ISC.

The Australian company, with a long history in elite sport, will produce the players’ playing, travel and training gear.

The Adelaide Football Club acquired Legacy Esports in May 2017, becoming the first professional sporting body in Australia to purchase an Esports team.

Adelaide Crows Chief Operating Officer Nigel Smart said Legacy Esports is thrilled to have an agreement with an iconic sports brand like ISC.

“ISC has a range of high performance sports clothing that will serve our players and fans extremely well,” Smart said.

ISC’s Chief Executive Officer Brett Corrick said his company is also looking forward to partnering with Legacy Esports.

“ISC is delighted to join and support Legacy Esports,” Corrick said.

“At ISC, we like to partner with like-minded and innovative organisations and we feel that the high-performance nature of the Legacy Esports is very much aligned to our core values.”

Along with announcing the partnership, Legacy Esports is also releasing their new playing strip, produced by ISC, which will be worn at various competitions worldwide.

The playing strip will be available to purchase online in the coming weeks, once Legacy has set up an online store in conjunction with ISC.

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