TOTTENHAM are in talks with a professional eSports team over a future partnership, The Sun can reveal.
Spurs chiefs have been looking into other brand link-ups for the future, similar to the one with the NFL which will see games played at their new ground.
And the club could soon partner with new Overwatch team the London Spitfire, representing Tottenham around the world.
Spitfire President Dan Fiden said: “I will tell you that we have not made a partnership with anyone yet.
“We have had conversations with a number of teams, Tottenham is one of them.
“They are an incredibly impressive organisation and what they’re doing in the development is awesome.
“They’re really want to invest in the community in a way that is important for us when we think about partnerships.
“I think what we intend to do in London has the opportunity not just to make a single space that has our branding.”
Tottenham even plan to have a state-of-the-art eSports theatre at their luxury new North London stadium.
The upgraded White Hart Lane is set to open ahead of the new Premier League season in September this year.
The Spurs eSports link-up comes as game developers Blizzard announced the twelve team Overwatch League in LA, California, last week.
Nate Nanzer, the league’s commissioner, added: “Tottenham have said that as part of their new facility that they want to build an eSports theatre.
“The story I always tell is I never cared about soccer but then 10-12 years ago and I was like ‘Oh, I get it!’.
“We want to get to the point where it just as common for a family to go to an Overwatch League game as it is today as a football match.”
Overwatch is a first-person shooter released on the Xbox One, PS4 and PC.