Wednesday, November 14th 2012

World Cyber Games Partners With Korean Air, NVIDIA and Seagate

World Cyber Games, Inc. (WCG), the recognized blue chip leader for international video game competitions, announced the partnership with Korean Air, NVIDIA and Seagate (alphabetical order).

As the leaders of each industry, Korean Air joined the WCG sponsor line as the festival sponsor, and NVIDIA and Seagate as the official sponsor to provide various services at the WCG 2012 Grand Final which will be held in Kunshan, China from November 29th to December 2nd.

Through this partnership, Korean Air, South Korea's flagship airline, will provide free tickets and discount tickets to the players of Team Korea. Korean Air has been showing their interest and commitment to eSports by sponsoring the WCG 2009 Grand Final held in Chengdu, China and the WCG 2010 Grand Final held in Los Angeles, USA.

As the leading provider of hard drives and storage solutions, Seagate will provide GoFlex Satellite, the very first wireless streaming storage, as the official storage for the WCG 2012 Grand Final. Seagate is the worldwide leader offering the industry's broadest portfolio of hard disk drives, solid-state drives and solid-state hybrid drives for enterprise data centers, cloud-based computing, desktop and notebook PC.

NVIDIA, the global leader in visual computing, will provide its GPU (Graphic Processing Unit) for the WCG 2012 Grand Final. NVIDIA's GPU offers PC gamers to enjoy spectacularly immersive world while playing games, and its mobile processors are used in smartphones, tablets and auto infotainment systems.

"I am very pleased to announce the partnership with world's leading companies in each industry," said Brad Lee, CEO of World Cyber Games, Inc. "We will show the win-win synergy effect that WCG and our sponsors can bring to people all around the world and in China, the land that presently has the most potential in game industry."

The WCG 2012 Grand Final will be held from November 29th to December 2nd in Kunshan, China, and about 500 best players from 40 countries will participate in the event.
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5 Comments on World Cyber Games Partners With Korean Air, NVIDIA and Seagate

#1
natr0n
I imagine drive failure occurring during these events.
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#2
TheMailMan78
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I like the woman in Korean Air's US TV commercials.
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Xzibit
by: TheMailMan78
I like the woman in Korean Air's US TV commercials.
I don't

I never get the Happy Ending at the end.

:p
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MaKCuMyC
by: Cristian_25H
As the leaders of each industry
Seagate isn't leader in their industry.
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