PenFed expands partnership with The Washington Justice
Credit union partners with esports league
Tysons-based PenFed Credit Union announced Tuesday it is expanding its partnership with The Washington Justice, the professional esports Overwatch League for the Virginia, Maryland and Washington, D.C., area, into a three-year sponsorship.
PenFed, which is one of the nation’s largest federal credit unions, will be featured as an official Jersey Patch Partner for the team and have a team-branded credit card. The credit union’s branding will appear on jerseys during competitions.
“The passion and enthusiasm of Justice players and fans is wonderful to witness, and we are excited to expand our partnership and welcome even more Justice fans as PenFed members this year,” PenFed Credit Union President and CEO James Schenck said in a statement. “The credit card will make history as the first esports team branded card.”
Established in 1935, PenFed serves 2.2 million members with more than $26 billion in assets. There are 20 Overwatch League teams, and The Washington Justice was established in 2018.
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