Sydney, Australia – ESL Australia, local division of the world’s largest esports company, has announced a renewed partnership with world-leading display manufacturer AOC that will see AOC continue as Official Display Partner of the ESL ANZ Champs, which is Australia & New Zealand’s longest-running professional esports league.
After a successful partnership that saw AOC products featured heavily in events and coverage of the ESL ANZ Champs competition in the final season of 2021, the renewed deal will focus on highlighting AOC and its premium AGON brand of gaming monitors. This will showcase industry-leading features of AOC’s monitors to ANZ audiences in a format that appeals strongly to gaming enthusiasts.
On Monday 28 Feb 2022, the first matches of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive kicked off the ESL ANZ Champs for 2022, with matches being streamed to twitch.tv/esl_australia. Fans can follow @ESLAustralia on twitter for more updates on the ESL ANZ Champs.
Ben Green, Product Lead, ESL ANZ Champs: “Our audience are hungry for gear that allows them to compete at the highest level, and a high-quality gaming monitor is a key element of any gaming setup. AOC understands what it takes to create products that are suitable for gamers, and that’s reflected in the range of AOC AGON Gaming Monitors that we’ll be showcasing on the ESL ANZ Champs broadcast this year.”
Jay Huang, Sales and Marketing Manager at AOC Australia: “Over many years, AOC has developed a wide range of premium gaming products with innovative technology. We are thrilled about extending our partnership with ESL ANZ Champs this year as we continue to actively support the development of esports at domestic and international levels. Demonstrating this commitment, an exciting new monitor in our Pro range combines our leading expertise in gaming display technology with the magic of League of Legends.”
AGON Pro AG275QXL – League of Legends Edition faithfully sports a custom exterior design inspired by the popular League of Legends game and its iconic Hextech technology. Top-notch gaming performance combines with unique features like League of Legends Mode, LoL QuickSwitch, exclusive LoL themed power on/off sounds, Light FX Sync, and a LoL Signature OSD menu design.
ESL, a part of the international digital entertainment group MTG, is the world’s largest esports company, leading the industry across the most popular video games with numerous online and offline competitions. It operates high profile, branded international and national leagues and tournaments such as the Intel® Extreme Masters, ESL One, ESL National Championships and other top tier stadium-size events, as well as grassroots amateur cups, leagues and matchmaking systems. ESL covers a broad field of services in gaming technology, event management, advertising and television production, fully catering to the needs of the esports ecosystem. With offices in North America, Germany, France, Poland, Spain and China, with partners in many other countries, it has a truly global footprint (www.eslgaming.com).
AOC is a global leading brand of monitors and PC accessories, founded in 1967. A subsidiary of TPV Technology Limited, the world’s largest display manufacturer, AOC’s comprehensive product portfolio provides innovative, ergonomic, environmentally conscious and stylish solutions for professional and personal applications.
AGON by AOC is a sub-brand of AOC that offers one of the strongest portfolios of high-performance gaming monitors in the world and a complete ecosystem of gaming accessories, grouped into three categories: AOC GAMING for core gamers, AGON for competitive gamers and AGON PRO for esports enthusiasts and professional esports players. Since 2020, AGON by AOC has been the number one gaming monitor brand and top choice of gamers worldwide. AOC’s engagement with the world of gaming includes sponsoring leading esports events and teams – actively driving the growth of gaming as the global profession it has become today.
For more information, please visit au.aoc.com and follow AOC Monitors on Facebook (@AOCANZ) and Instagram (@aocgaminganz).