ZOTAC, a Wholly Owned Subsidiary of PC Partner, Kicks Off ZOTAC CUP MASTERS with a First Ever eSports Tournament at Computex Taipei and VR eSports Invitational Tournament
HONG KONG, April 11, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- ZOTAC, a leading gaming company and manufacturer, and a wholly owned subsidiary of PC Partner Group Limited (1263.HK), is pleased to announce in the joint press conference of Computex Taipei that the ZOTAC CUP MASTERS regional finals, the premier ZOTAC CUP esports competition have officially started off. Meanwhile, ZOTAC has marked the beginning of the Computex finals�on June 3 by releasing its trailer in the press conference.��
Partnering with ZOTAC, BattleFy, ESL and other well-known global manufacturers, ZOTAC CUP MASTERS will be the first esports tournament to happen during Computex where players will pit their skills against one another in one of the most popular MOBA games in the world, Dota 2. The finals will take place from May 30 to June 3�at Computex Taipei. Six champion teams from regional qualifier around the world plus two teams via invitation will be flown to the venue to participate in the ZOTAC CUP MASTERS Computex finals. In the press conference, ZOTAC has also announced that a first ever VR eSports invitational tournament will be launched at ZOTAC CUP MASTERS finals�on June 3. All teams will use the ZOTAC VR GO as their backpack PC during the competitions. Meanwhile, VR eSport will be live streamed worldwide for the first time. ��
"We wish to enhance the connection between gamers and the community through ZOTAC CUP. Meanwhile, ZOTAC CUP MASTERS will become a tournament platform for all teams around the world to compete on," sad ZOTAC Global Marketing Director, Chinny Chuang. ZOTAC is dedicated to promoting eSports and gaming through ZOTAC CUP's online platform. With 10 years of ZOTAC CUP tournaments and thousands of matches played, ZOTAC is enhancing to the next level of eSports competitiveness with ZOTAC CUP MASTERS where for the best meet best. "We're very happy to see a competition of this size coming to Computex, the region's premier exhibition and demo event for technology and gaming. Adding the ZOTAC CUP MASTERS to the on-site experience feels like a natural next step in bringing more esports competition and promoting esports to the fans in Taiwan, and at ESL we're very excited to be a part of this," commented Niels Wolter, Vice President International Operations at ESL. ZOTAS CUP MASTERS Computex will bring a grand-sized prize pool of USD 100,000, which is expressed to catch gamers' eyeballs. ��
During the event, MAGNUS EN10K series, the latest gaming Mini PC of ZOTAC is introduced. Among which, MAGNUS EN1080K is the pinnacle of the entertainment experience equipped with GeForce GTX 1080 and Intel Kaby Lake Core i7 processor, the first using unique liquid cooling system worldwide. It will certainly ascend to the throne of gaming with equipment that draws the envy of gamers around the world.
Fans from around the world will be able to follow the matches through�live streaming starting from the regional qualifying finals to the Computex finals. The grand final will be live streamed on the ZOTAC CUP website as well as the ZOTAC CUP Twitch channel in various languages. Throughout this period, ZOTAC will also present a variety of fun and exciting activities on the dedicated tournament site for fans and viewers to win. For more information, please feel free to visit the following links:
ZOTAC CUP MASTERS Finals Teaser Video
ZOTAC CUP MASTERS Official Website
ZOTAC CUP MASTERS Registration
ZOTAC CUP Official Website
ZOTAC CUP Twitch Channel
About PC Partner Group Limited
PC Partner Group Limited is a leading manufacturer of computer electronics which designs, develops and manufactures video graphics cards, motherboards, mini-PCs and peripherals. The Group also provides one-stop electronic manufacturing services (EMS) to reputable brands worldwide, and manufactures and trades other PC related products and components under its own ZOTAC, Inno3D and Manli brands. PC Partner Group Limited is listed on the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong (SEHK) since January 2012.
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