In early 2010, Epsilon signed the first big significative deal with Razer, creating a first of many partnerships to come with different brands. While Epsilon was built on originally on the Battlefield Series and Team Fortress 2 success, it made the determining move to go in Console, signing a Call of Duty Irish Team composed with players such as Jurd. The team had a good run at the World Championships, ultimately having the best European Call of Duty Finish of all time.
In 2014, Epsilon became the first exclusive eSports team of Viewsonic, developing new gaming monitors with the French CounterStrike Global Offensive player Richard "Shox" Papillion".
In early 2016, Creative (SoundBlasterX) became sponsor of Epsilon.
In mid 2016, Hype Energy became the main sponsor of Epsilon. The team runs the Hype Energy logo on the front of player jerseys and also on the shoulder.
In October 2016, the world of eSports discovered the announcement of Epsilon selling their FIFA player Daxe to PSG.