ViewSonic Partners Mienski
16 June 2014 –ViewSonic Corp., a leading global provider of visual solution products, today announced the partnership with Mineski, the most prominent eSports organization in Southeast Asia region, to be the exclusive and official gaming monitor supplier for MPGL (The Mineski Pro Gaming League) and all its events in 2014.
“We’re looking forward to our partnership with Mineski, as MPGL SEA Grand Finals is an e-sports league that caters to the South East Asian market.” said Jack Chen, General Manager for ViewSonic International Corporation. “ViewSonic is dedicated to applying design and engineering resources to develop gaming series monitors perfect for graphic-intense gaming needs. For example, ViewSonic’s proprietary Game Mode technology enhances visibility and detail by brightening the dark scenes for the ultimate gaming experience. We are excited to be supporting Mineski with our gaming series monitors and have a strong presence during the tournament. The sponsorship will enhance ViewSonic’s branding and engagement with the gaming community in Southeast Asia region”
ViewSonic VX52 Gaming Series Monitor
ViewSonic’s VX52 display series delivers the best in form and function for a variety of gaming and multimedia needs. Equipped with ultra-fast 2ms response times, the VX52 series of displays deliver smooth images without any streaking, blurring, or ghosting, as well as for watching sports or action movies. ViewSonic’s VX52 displays feature Full HD 1920×1080 resolution for unbelievable pixel-by-pixel image performance. With a 50M:1 MEGA Dynamic Contrast Ratio, VX52 displays are designed to enhance performance and elevate gaming experience to the next level.
MPGL Season 6 SEA Grand Finals Organized by Mienski
MGPL SEA is a monthly tournament spanning from March to September. It will be played across five different regional qualifiers: Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore, Myanmar and rest-of-Southeast Asia. The tournament will be held online, with the top finishers receiving a specific amount of cash prize and points depending on how well they finish. The teams with the highest accumulated points on the end of the October leg will have a chance to compete on the LAN finale.