Richlister and businesswoman Sarina Russo. Photo Lachie MillardBRISBANE richlister Sarina Russo has listed one of her many city apartment investments for rent, and it will cost you $1800 a week.The three bedroom apartment is located in the sought-after Riparian Plaza skyscraper on Eagle Street in the heart of the CBD.Data shows the entrepreneur and founder of the Sarina Russo Group has amassed an impressive portfolio of residential and commercial properties.She snapped up the Riparian Plaza apartment from a family member for $389,000 back in 2011, according to RP Data records.Sarina Russo has listed her Brisbane CBD apartment for rent.It has been rented out ever since, at times earning $2000 a week.The apartment has river and city views, a master bedroom with a walk-through wardrobe, ensuite and large balcony with a built-in barbecue, two more bedrooms with ensuites, a well equipped kitchen with gas cooking and quality appliances, three bathrooms, each one with a tub, and two secure car parks.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus10 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market10 hours agoShared amenities include a private river facing entry foyer with 10m high ceilings, 24hr security personnel and concierge services, a huge indoor/outdoor pool, spa, sauna, steam room and gym, function rooms and an outdoor barbecue area.It is listed for rent with Tessa Residential.
Fnatic, an esports organisation stationed in London, has partnered with DreamHack Spain to have a merchandising presence at both DreamHack Valencia and DreamHack Sevilla.Merchandise, gaming peripherals, and exclusive items will all be part of Fnatic’s offering at the upcoming festivals.As part of this new deal, the organisation will host meet and greets with some of the personalities – as well as giving away special Fnatic-themed prizes to people who participate in, and win, in one-versus-one League of Legends and CS:GO tournaments.Erik Londre, Head of Events at Fnatic discussed the partnership in a statement: “Fnatic has always had strong ties to Spain since the days of Xpeke, so we are of course very excited about our partnership with DreamHack! With LCS Summer Split in Madrid just being announced we are really looking forward to making 2018 a year of Spanish focus2!”“Our goal is that it should always be better to be a Fnatic fan. That’s why we’re on site at as many gaming events as possible around the world trying to make people’s experiences even better,” continued Londre. “We know we have quite a big following in Spain, so we hope to make some of these happy!”In early May, Fnatic signed an exclusive deal stateside that meant its new gaming equipment – dubbed Fnatic Gear – would be stocked in over 300 Best Buy stores nationwide. The range includes the STREAK and miniSTREAK keyboards, as well as CLUTCH 2 and FLICK 2 mice.Arturo Castelló, Director of DreamHack Spain commented: “We’re very happy to welcome DreamHack Spain to Fnatic, one of the greatest and well-supported esports teams around the world. We have been working at DreamHack Spain since 2010 to bring the best competitions and the best players on the planet to Spain; it’s great news that DreamHack Valencia and DreamHack Seville visitors will have the opportunity to experience the Fnatic universe for themselves.”Fnatic is currently partnered with Chillblast, Deezer, DXRacer, Newzoo, Strafe, and AMD. DreamHack Valencia takes place on July 12-15th, while DreamHack Sevilla spans over 13-16th December. Esports Insider says: Fnatic made a big move with its Best Buy deal, and now having a physical shop at both Valencia and Sevilla seems like a natural extension of its push into selling items beyond merchandise.Sign up to our newsletter!