Gucci x Fnatic Collaboration
FNATIC X GUCCI
Gucci unveils new limited-edition Gucci Dive watch in partnership with Fnatic
Gucci’s contemporary Dive watch becomes the focus of a new collaboration harnessing and celebrating the spirit of gaming. In partnership with the global esports entertainment organisation Fnatic, the House is launching a limited-edition collection of Gucci Dive watches, bringing Gucci’s eclectic aesthetic into the world of gaming. Inspired by Fnatic’s prominent League of Legends team, this unique timepiece features Fnatic’s logo and signature black and orange colouring. Now available on gucci.com, the new Gucci Dive is eminently collectible, with only one hundred individually numbered pieces being made.
This contemporary, diver’s-inspired watch combines a 40mm stainless steel case with a black and orange bezel, black and orange multi-icon indices, and a black rubber strap embossed with the Gucci logo. Super LumiNova accents on the hands and indices light up the black dial, which also displays the GG logo, a signature House motif. ‘GG’ also stands for ‘good game’ in gaming. The caseback is engraved with ‘FNATIC’ and the limited-edition number of the piece. Water resistant to 200 metres, this unique Swiss Made timepiece embodies contemporary style and brings personality and character to any outfit.
The watch is showcased in a powerful video and a series of evocative images, featuring the five League of Legends players: Martin Larsson (‘Rekkles’), Zdravets Galabov (‘Hylissang’), Tim Lipovšek (‘Nemesis’), Gabriël Rau (‘Bwipo’) and Oskar Boderek (‘Selfmade’). Accompanied by an original soundtrack, the video shows the team in action in front of a live audience, capturing the thrill of esports and team spirit.
To celebrate the collaboration with Fnatic, Gucci has developed a new game dedicated to the Dive watch. This game, which will launch in the coming weeks, will be added to Gucci Arcade, the section of the Gucci App inspired by video games that allows users to play with House codes. In the game, called Gucci Dive, players will dive into an underwater cave with a special submarine bearing Fnatic’s logo in order to collect coins, while avoiding obstacles.
About Gucci Timepieces
Gucci Timepieces, one of the most reliable and consistent fashion watch brands, with a clear design approach and positioning, has been designing, developing and manufacturing iconic Gucci watches since the early 1970s.
Rigorously made in Switzerland, Gucci watches are recognised for their innovative and contemporary design, quality and craftsmanship and are distributed worldwide through an exclusive network of directly operated Gucci boutiques and selected watch distributors. Gucci is part of the Kering Group, a world leader in apparel and accessories, which develops an ensemble of powerful luxury and sport and lifestyle brands.
For more information about Gucci Timepieces, please visit gucci.com.
Fnatic is a global esports entertainment brand headquartered in London (UK) focused on seeking out, levelling-up and amplifying esports talent and creators. Founded in 2004, Fnatic reigns as the most successful team of the last decade, winning more than 200 championships across 30 different games. Today, driven by entertainment, Fnatic is the channel through which the most forward-thinking brands communicate with young people – it delivers industry-leading content, experiences and activations through offices and facilities in cities between Los Angeles and Tokyo. Fnatic are the forerunners in competitive mobile gaming – for example, they are the first Tier 1 esports team to launch a presence in India. Pioneers of the intersection of street culture and esports with merch collaborations, Fnatic continues to lead the industry in relation to quality of pro wear and fan apparel. Our pros and creators generate hours of entertainment content, showcasing our global partners to an audience of more than 15 million fans across our social platforms.
For more information visit fnatic.com.
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This project was developed with the help of esports marketing company GEEIQ