Gigabyte’s Aorus Battle Ground gaming tournament has begun and the Bangalore Dota 2 wing winners have already been announced
Gigabyte’s Aorus Battle Ground e-Sports event has taken off and the Bangalore winners for Dota 2 have already been announced. The Aorus Battle Ground event will take place in ten other cities within the country in the coming months. The grand finals between all the cities will be held by the end of this year and Gigabyte has some big prizes in the store for the winners.
Find the full press release below:
GIGABYTE’s 1st Aorus Battle Ground Gaming Tournament in Bangalore
GIGABYTE India is pleased to announce a special gaming event for professionals gamers and to showcase their latest gaming products and systems.
To provide extraordinary gaming experience and service for all the gamers in India, GIGABYTE launched the “AORUS BATTLE GROUND” e-Sports event. GIGABYTE will also bring world-class e-Sports gaming to 10 other cities of India in the coming seasons. The Indian Grand Final event will be held at the end of 2017 and all Indian gamers will have a chance to win the highest prizes. To become India’s No.1 Gamer, let’s TEAM UP. FIGHT ON.
Gigabyte AORUS commits to offer the most extreme gaming experience with AMD Ryzen.
The new AORUS series motherboards will be built with support for Ryzen, all boards support RGB LEDs, and high-performance AMD AM4 CPU coolers with built-in LEDs. GIGABYTE’s AM4 socket X370, B350 motherboards not only offer great performance and attractive prices, it will also match all your needs, with unique features and a full range of products for gamers, power users, tech geeks and even DIY beginners.
“AORUS BATTLE GROUND” starts from Bangalore with DOTA2
Showing the extreme performance of the hottest gaming gear! GIGABYTE welcomes everyone to experience the best gaming motherboards with India’s leading gamers!
The first run gaming event started on 7th April for 2 days in Bangalore, 10-gaming teams and over hundred attendees including gamers & channel partners participated in this e-Sports event. The top two teams advanced to the finals on 8 April. The 1st place winner team was Go Figure Red which won a prize of INR 50,000/- and in 2nd place, team Milkydots won a prize of INR 30,000/- from GIGABYTE India.
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