WWE’s Ronda Rousey Teams up with Top PC Company iBUYPOWER

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WWE’s Ronda Rousey Teams up with Top PC Company iBUYPOWER

Rousey will team up with iBUYPOWER to provide livestream content and product announcements.

Former MMA champion and WWE wrestler Ronda Rousey is dipping her toes into the streaming market.
iBUYPOWER introduced Rousey as a brand ambassador today. She’ll be teaming up with the computer company to collaborate on vlogs, product announcements and even surprise giveaways hosted through Facebook gaming.

iBUYPOWER admitted the partnership was likely ‘to turn heads’. But according to them the situation that brought Rousey onboard just happened organically.

Rousey comes on board just in time to help showcase the company’s latest range of cases. Including the iBUYPOWER Element CL which aims to bring some of the higher-end specs, like custom water loop cooling, into the homes of everyday gamers.

The Rousey announcement also coincides with the company’s #WeGotYou community charity campaign. The campaign is focused on promoting camaraderie during a globally uncertain time. To participate gamers can create a piece of content showing how they’re using games and technology to stay connected. Then post it to social media along with the hashtag #GamersVsCOVID19.
All registered participants have a chance to win a brand-new signature PC. The full entry requirements are available on the company's website.

And for every piece of content received the company are donating $1 to Direct Relief’s COVID-19 Relief Fund. The money will go towards assisting health care workers across America obtain personal protective equipment to help keep them safe on the frontlines.

Tune in to any of iBUYPOWER’s sponsored streams throughout the campaign to find out other ways you can help the company’s COVID-19 relief efforts.

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Eliana Bollati
Eliana is a freelance editor & journalist from Australia with a passion for esports and video games. An avid player of video games for the better part of three decades, she began following professional esports circuits during the 2010s. She brings both a player and longtime fan perspective into her commentary on the professional scenes.