Samsung gets more sporty, ties up with Esports team
South Korean tech giant Samsung Electronic devices, in a bid to combine its position in the gaming monitor market, today announced its main partnership with global esports company T1 Entertainment & Sports (T1).
Samsung stated it will sponsor its latest display products at T1 Home entertainment & Sports (T1), which itself is a joint endeavor between South Korea’s leading mobile provider SK Telecom Co. and the American entertainment company Comcast Spectacor LLC.
Based on Samsung’s tie-up, T1 players will practice utilizing Samsung’s curved gaming displays, the Odyssey G9 and G7, at their training facility in Seoul.
Samsung stated that the gamers would likewise use uniforms displaying the logo design of Odyssey when participating in esports occasions.
” We are proud to partner with T1, the leader in expert esports, assisting them in their continued success and international development as official display screen partner,” said Hyesung Ha, Elder Vice President of Visual Display Business at Samsung Electronic Devices.
” Our line-up of Odyssey keeps an eye on offers the current in video gaming display technology with lightning-fast speed, comfy curvature and a smooth design, providing professional esports players the one-upmanship they require to make every split second count,” Ha added.
Samsung said its Odyssey monitors provide a “effective mix of high-performance 1000R curvature, QLED photo quality, rapid 1 ms reaction time and 240 Hz refresh rate for the most immersive video gaming experience.”
The displays, Samsung claims, use professional players the competitive edge they require to make every split-second count.
Samsung is set to release the Odyssey G9 and G7 in South Korea June.
T1, which legally runs as SK Telecom CS T1 Co., was founded in 2015 and runs 10 expert groups in the competitive video gaming sector in online games like Valorant, Fortnite, Dota 2, PUBG, Super Smash Bros., Hearthstone, Apex Legends, Overwatch, and FIFA Online 4.
Joe Marsh, CEO of T1, has actually been quoted as stating, “At the highest level of expert esports, the right innovation and devices mark the distinction in between winning and losing, and we are enjoyed partner with Samsung to equip our gamers with the leading video gaming monitor innovation.”
Market researcher IDC says the global video gaming monitor market is expected to grow from $3.6 billion this year to $4.5 billion in 2023.