The Sacramento Kings, in conjunction with the gaming company Rival, have introduced “The Realm.” An online community where gamers worldwide may connect, compete against one another and interact with the team.
“The Realm and our link with Rival allow us to communicate with fans beyond the Sacramento region,” said Sacramento Kings President of Business Operations John Rinehart. The Kings said they were glad to give gamers a way to connect with the team as esports grows.
To reach fans of a wide range of ages and interests, The Realm will organize and host several online tournaments. Utilizing various gaming titles, including NBA 2K, Fortnite, Rocket League, and others. Fans can compete in monthly tournaments and win cash, experiences, and other prizes from the Sacramento Kings, Stockton Kings, and Kings Guard Gaming. These tournaments will be a part of the programming.
The Fall Guys, a free-to-play online multiplayer obstacle course game, will be the focus of the competition. It will take place at The Realm on February 4, beginning at ten in the morning. Fans have until February 4 at nine in the morning to sign up at Kings.com/TheRealm. The lucky winner will receive a jersey from the Kings City Edition that Kings guard Davion Mitchell has personally signed.
According to Dan Parise, the Chief Marketing Officer of Rival, “We are overjoyed to sponsor the launch of ‘The Realm’ and to welcome the Kings to the Rival platform.” “It’s fantastic to see the organization continue to expand the way they communicate with their fans through projects like gaming,” you said. “It’s something we’ve been working on for a while.”
More than 45 partners worldwide, spanning sports franchises, media, technology, and brands, use Rival to power their gaming communities. These partners include NFL, NBA, NHL, MLS, and English Premier League organizations.