BenQ recently announced its collaboration with PUBG Corporation for the PUBG Global Championship 2019, in which the ZOWIE XL2546 will become the tournament’s official monitor.
The collaboration is a continuation of the partnership between the two companies, following the successful PUBG Nations Cup 2019.
ZOWIE XL2546 will be used exclusively by the players in the tournament. The partnership was brokered by Lagardère Sports – exclusive sponsorship rights agent for PUBG’s Nations Cup and Global Championship.
This is the fifth collaboration between BenQ and PUBG Corporation, the first time at a Global Championship, which involves the best PUBG teams. ZOWIE XL2546 offers the highest standard for top professional gamers, delivering the smoothest experience at a competitive setting.
“We are very glad to have BenQ as our exclusive monitor sponsor again. The PUBG Global Championship is the most important event of the year for us, so we needed to have the one of the best monitors on the market for our game live on stage. This is why we chose the professional grade products in the BenQ ZOWIE XL Series for the best PUBG players in the world to play on.”
– Julian Schwartz, Central Esports Business Development Manager for PUBG Corporation
ZOWIE XL2546 boasts a native 240Hz refresh rate for consistent fast-motion gameplay, and is powered by proprietary DyAc Tecnhnology that promises the clearest motion images. It also features Black eQualizer and Color Vibrance – two favored features by PUBG Players that help them in spotting enemies on the field, while also providing the adjustability they need to suit their preferences.
The tournament will take place across three weekends, beginning with the Group Stage (November 8 to 10), and Semifinals (November 15 to 17), to be held at the OGN Super Arena in Manhattan Beach, CA. The best teams in the world will battle it out for the inaugural season-ending championship title at the Grand Finals (November 23 to 24) at the Oakland Arena in Oakland, CA.
The PGC Group Stage will have 32 teams face-off from PUBG Esports Leagues around the world. 24 teams will then progress tot he Semifinal stage, and 16 on the Grand Finals, all competing for the honour of being titled the PUBG Global Champion, with a prize pool of USD 2,000,000.
Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.