The German esports service provider has extended its agreement with Panasonic.

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July 3, 2020

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Panasonic has extended its cooperation with technology company Panasonic until 2022, according to The Esports Observer. 

The partnership, which initially began in 2019, allows Panasonic to equip TaKeTV with a set of professional cameras and its latest television sets. The deal includes 4K-ready broadcast cameras for its studio. 

TakeTV revealed an additional partnership with electronics retail chain Saturn, with the company announcing it would build a 32,000 square foot esports and gaming experience venue called Xperion in Saturn’s Hansaring store in Cologne, Germany – a city near the TaKeTV headquarters in Krefeld, Germany. 

Panasonic recently partnered with Drop for smart meal prep services in January and they teamed with Disney to open the park’s latest attraction in March. 

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