RZESZÓW, Poland, LONDON and HONG KONG, November 2, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --
These scenes happened on 31st October 2015 at the World Championships LCS, at the Mercedes-Benz Arena in Berlin, Germany. G2A is the world’s fastest growing digital gaming marketplace serving more than 5 million customer and welcoming 250.000 new customers every month; G2A are dedicated to funding and developing e-sports around the world.
Use of the G2A logo was banned at this e-sports event in Berlin but fans turned out in force to show their support for G2A, as some people sported the famous "Face Palm" G2A T-Shirt and others wore G2A hoodies. Still others gave away G2A Gift cards. Upload your ‘G2A Face Palm’ selfie onto our dedicated site and receive a FREE 3€ GiftCard >
A selection of pictures shows some of the massive fan support for G2A.com at the 2015 World Championships LCS.
The historic picture that started it all shows that some E-sports teams had already printed their T Shirts over a month ago and their T-shirt branding clearly shows the G2A logo. But Riot told e-sports teams that the G2A logo could not be used.
E-sports teams were unable to pay for new branding because they were cut off so suddenly from the funding they needed in order to be sustainable.
Innovation prevailed and for those who had already printed the G2A T-shirts, duct tape was used to cover the G2A logo. This increased the sale of duct tape all over the world!
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