NVIDIA announced as founding member of Esports Stadium Arlington

NVIDIA is the official graphics platform, and a founding member for the Esports Stadium Arlington, the largest gaming and esports events facility in North America.

The grand opening of the Esports Stadium Arlington is approaching fast. On November 24 as Arlington, Texas welcomes FACEIT’s ECS Season 6 Finals. An assortment of the best Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS: GO) teams in the world are competing for part of the $750,000 USD prize pool.

At the competition, the players will be using the high-end graphics cards and NVIDIA G-SYNC technology provided by founding member, NVIDIA.

Jonathon Oudthone, President of NGAGE Esports said: “Working with NVIDIA was a no-brainer. As the largest dedicated esports facility in North America, there’s a level of performance that we must adhere to. Competitive integrity is our highest priority, so we chose NVIDIA — we wouldn’t settle for hardware that was anything less than the best. We eagerly look forward to building a foundation for growth with NVIDIA in the competitive gaming ecosystem.”

Recently,  NVIDIA was awarded “Esports hardware provider of the year” at the 2018 Esports Awards. The company continues to support esports events and tournaments around the world with some of the best graphic cards in the market.

Sam Mayo, Esports Manager at NVIDIA said: “With NVIDIA GPUs and 240hz G-SYNC monitors, Esports Stadium Arlington is putting the best equipment in the world in the hands of pro players. As the largest dedicated esports facility in North America, Esports Stadium Arlington will deliver a lasting destination for esports fans and professional players to experience for years to come. ”

Esports Insider says: Esports Stadium Arlington is one of the most promising infrastructural projects in North America. This venue will improve the industry in the region but most specifically in Texas, a state with a fast-growing esports scene. NVIDIA is bringing top quality GFX to what promises to be a state of the art arena.

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