BenQ, one of the world’s leading brand in gaming monitors, joined Dubai’s upscale Que Club gaming café to host the first Counter Strike Global Offensive (CSGO) tournament in the Middle East . The tournament saw enthusiastic participation from six teams in the UAE and one each from Kuwait and Saudi Arabia.
Winning team RvN from Kuwait won AED 7000 in prize money and six months sponsorship from BenQ Middle East .The team members are Roro (Fayez Saif), Shock (Mohammed Salem), vRss (Fahad Salem), Shanx (Saleh AbdulAziz), and RayaN (Raayan Mamdouh).
The tournament consisted of three rounds followed by the Semi-finals. Team Impulse, the runner up team from the UAE, won AED 4000 in prizes.
According to Manish Bakshi, Managing Director, BenQ Middle East & Africa, “CSGO is one of the fiercest competitions of the year and we are proud to support this event. With our high-end gaming monitors specifically designed with and for professional gamers, we are the gaming monitor of choice in the region. The online gaming industry in the Middle East is valued at more than USD 100 million and there are many talented gamers here who are on par with international players. By supporting gaming clubs like Que Club, we are able to encourage regional gamers to attain international fame.”
BenQ is the official monitor sponsor for Intel Extreme Masters and has been for four years running. BenQ sponsors many well known teams and players, including world-renowned teams Virtus.Pro and mousesports, as well as the former WarCraft III superstar and now StarCraft II pro gamer Manuel ‘Grubby’ Schenkhuizen.
BenQ’s latest gaming monitors come packed with features like the Black eQualizer, RTS Mode, Display Mode, Smart Scaling, 1ms GTG, HDMI and 12M:1 dynamic contrast ratio.
For more information, please contact:
Lisa George/ Shrouq Moustafa
Iris PR, Dubai, UAE
Tel: +9714 434 1207