Players, casters and staff at the Dota 2 MDL Disneyland Paris Major, all enjoyed sitting in the new and premium SecretLab gaming chairs.
For those of you who don’t know, this event was held as a partnership between Disneyland Paris and the tournament organizer Mars Media and was the first-ever Dota 2 Major event in France. With an award of $1 million USD, the tournament featured 16 teams including the Team Secret, Virtus.pro and Evil Geniuses.
Dota 2 Pro Circuit Players Enjoyed In The SecretLab Gaming Chair
First announced in March, the MDL Disneyland Paris Major was the fourth Major of the current Dota 2 Pro Circuit season and will feature players, casters and staff who will all use the officially-branded SecretLab MDL Disneyland Paris Major Edition chair.
The chair featured black and red leather with a large event logo on both sides of the chair’s backrest, along with the Secretlab logo near the top. As the co-founder and CEO of SecretLab Ian Alexander Ang said in an official press release:
“We’ve seen an increase in adoption of Secretlab chairs for premier tournaments, such as the MDL Disneyland Paris Major, to accommodate the world’s best esports professionals. We’re proud to support this groundbreaking tournament with our award-winning, ultra-comfortable chairs—giving these internationally-renowned, top Dota 2 players and casters the most magical sitting experience in Disneyland Paris so they can deliver and sustain their peak performances.”
A Spectacular Experience For Top Professionals And Gamers
“This is the first time we’re hosting a Dota 2 Major, and our first esports event since 2010. With Disneyland Paris set to grow into a major esports partner in Europe, it was important to partner with the leading gaming brands in the world who can provide and complement the spectacular experience we’re promising the top professionals and our visitors over these nine days,” said Aymeric Magne, director of Disneyland Paris Event Group, in a release. “Secretlab, for their internationally-acclaimed chairs and standing as a top gaming product company, just ticked all the boxes.”