iBUYPOWER named official PC partner of VCT Americas

14 February 2024

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iBUYPOWER named the official PC partner of VCT Americas
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North American custom PC builder iBUYPOWER has been announced as the official PC partner of the VALORANT Champions Tour Americas, VCT Game Changers North America and VCT Game Changers Brazil.

iBUYPOWER will provide PCs for all LAN competitions in the mentioned tournaments and create a series of VCT-branded PCs. The PC builder will also work with Riot Games on content and activations during the leagues.

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Founded over 25 years ago in California, USA, iBUYPOWER is a well-known custom PC builder. The company sells pre-built gaming PCs, but also deals with gaming laptops, monitors, peripherals and other hardware.

The company will provide custom pre-built computers for the VALORANT Champions Tour Americas, the VCT Game Changers North America and VCT Game Changers Brazil, whilst also hosting community events and activations during the tournaments. According to the two partners, this includes in-game item giveaways, limited edition prizes and more.

Interestingly, iBUYPOWER will also give away gaming PCs every time a player in a match scores an ace. In addition, a series of custom PCs co-developed with Riot Games will be made available. The PC’s will feature high-end components such as the GeForce RTX 4070 Ti SUPER graphics cards and 32GB of DDR5 RAM. The PCs will be available to buy through the iBUYPOWER website.

Bear Jemison, Head of VALORANT Esports, Americas at Riot Games, commented on the news: ““Reaching this new partnership with iBUYPOWER marks a significant milestone toward elevating the competitive experience for VCT Americas.

“Our pros and fans deserve the best competitive experience possible and iBUYPOWER’s lineup of PCs and commitment to supporting the VCT Americas community delivers on all fronts.”

Ivan Šimić
Ivan comes from Croatia, loves weird simulator games, and is terrible at playing anything else. Spent 5 years writing about tech and esports in Croatia, and is now doing it here.