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Check out the newest commercial for ULT esports apparel

We're happy to show off the first apparel commercial for ULT! Starring some of our great influencers, the commercial focuses on the most recent line of apparel from ULT. Order gear online now, or check it out live at Battle on the Strip: http://battleonthestrip.com Starring: Bindi Smalls, Dalton "Sk33t3lz" Murray, Terrence "TK Breezy" Kershaw, John Lee, & Chase "TipZ" Hartung
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ULT founder Nate Eckman to moderate a panel at XLIVE

We're thrilled to announce that co-founder and designer Nate Eckman will be moderating a panel at the XLIVE Conference that is taking place from December 5-7 at the Tropicana in Las Vegas. The panel is titled "Power to the Players" with a focus on the future of esports athletes on topics of discussion including players unions, sponsorship strategy, and potential legal changes to P1 visa laws for esports athletes under the incoming Trump admini...
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Annie Huang Talks With ULT

Can you tell us a bit about you as a designer and thought leader and what you do? I am a graphic designer and a design educator. My design firm Bocu & Bocu specializes in editorial narrative publications and branding designs for clients from lifestyle, institutional to sports entities. I believe that each design solution has a purpose. There is a narrative to convey, either documenting a defining moment in sports history or conveying the b...
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John Lee for ULT

Meet John Lee.  3x Iron Man.  9x Tough Mudder.  Also - Streams 30 hours a week. Q: John you are an accomplished athlete in the most physical and literal sense of the word.  Can you please mention a few of the highlights? I had several mottos in life, but the most prominent being from my dad. “If you put your passion, energy, and focus into something everyday, you can achieve anything.” I always grew up as a competitive person and the first thi...
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Edo Von Muralt for ULT

   Meet Edo: life-long gamer, graphic designer, and event producer. Q: What is your perspective on gaming and esports in culture today? A: In my opinion esports is finally catching up to what competitive gaming really should be. Lots of people still don’t see why it would be called a sport but to become a pro-gamer it takes a tremendous amount of skill, strategy, problem solving and reflexes that deserves the same attention as any other sport...
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