HyperX now official gaming partner for Skateboarding champ Minna Stess
Gaming peripheral brand HyperX announced that they have become the official gaming partner of national skateboarding champion Minna Stess. The Mina Stess-HyperX partnership was revealed during a press release last September 21, 2021.
2021 USA Skateboarding National Champion for Women’s Park Minna Stess will start exclusively wearing and promoting HyperX gaming headsets and participate in various HyperX marketing initiatives, HyperX announces Monday, September 21, 2021. This will include social activations such as the “We’re All Gamers” campaign.
Minna Stess talks about her experience in skateboarding in the press release, saying:
“As a teenager and female athlete in a male-dominated sport who also loves gaming, it’s very important to me to partner with companies who encourage diversity and inclusion for everyone. I’m excited to join forces with HyperX as we all work to break the mold and change perceptions, while encouraging young women like myself to keep chasing after their dreams.”
At 15 years old, Stess is one of the best park skaters in the world and the youngest member of the USA Skateboarding Women’s Park National Team. She made her debut at the 2021 Tokyo Summer Olympics, and she’ll continue competing to earn her spot in the 2024 US Olympic team. She’s been competing in the sport for ten years, with her first Pro Skateboarding experience being the California Skateboarding contest at age 11.
Minna Stess HyperX partnership will have her sport a cool-looking HyperX sticker on her skateboard. She will also receive products across all categories for her and her community. As usual, Stess will also receive the HyperX Heroes treatment, including her own hero illustration as she joins a line-up of internationally recognized talent on the HyperX roster, including football player JuJu Smith-Schuster, basketball players Gordon Hayward and Ariel Powers, tennis player Daniil Medvedev, ice hockey player Filip Forsberg, international soccer player Dele Alli, professional race car driver Sage Karam, and more than 25 global streamers and influencers in the HyperX family.