NVIDIA Joined Tencent E-Sports Technology Alliance as Founder Partner

👤by Michael Pabia Comments 📅26.06.2019 12:18:40
Press Release

NVIDIA was invited to attend the Global E-sports Summit and Tencent E-sports Annual Conference held in Hainan, China on June 20th 2019. Tencent E-sports will establish E-sports technology standards in China, including the technology of E-sports network, hardware, and broadcast to improve the management of the industry. As a founder member of E-sports Technology Alliance, NVIDIA is committed to constantly supporting the development of E-sports industry, boosting technological progress of the industry, and bringing better E-sports equipment to gamers.

In Tencent report, the eSport market has been reached to RMB 13.8 Billion with 350 Million eSport users in China after years of development. Through the Tencent E-sports Technology Alliance, NVIDIA will work more closely with Tencent to level up competition equipment for the growing market with better PC gaming experience. GeForce and NVIDIA G-SYNC are the choices of many international top lighthouses E-sports events and professional teams to fuel up for their stable performance. NVIDIA has been supporting the professional E-sports players for years to provide them with competitive hardware solutions.

"NVIDIA has always been committed to leading the development of E-sports industry through visual computing. Along with the GeForce RTX launch, we brought a whole new way to experience games. The number of ray-tracing titles is ever growing, and more and more GeForce players realize that the "frames" in E-sports could win games. NVIDIA will continually boost the industry with the all-new RTX platform to equip professional players and gamers.” said Jams Zhang, NVIDIA Global Vice President and General Manager of China

NVIDIA, as the important partner of Tencent E-sports Technology Alliance, will always provide the best E-sports hardware and software products for gamers, E-sports clubs and E-sports lighthouse events.

About Tencent

Tencent is one of the largest companies in the world, currently the world’s sixth-largest internet company by revenue. Tencent aims to top over $13 million US dollars in the E-sports scene with massive competitions and shows. Along with Activision Blizzard Inc., Tencent’s become one of the most aggressive promoters of pro-gaming. Tencent holds a unique position of owning and backing signature titles such as League of Legends and Fortnite.