ZOWIE, BenQ’s professional esports equipment brand has partnered with BLAST for the much-anticipated BLAST.tv Paris Major 2023 – marking the first-ever CS:GO Major to take place in France.
As part of the deal, ZOWIE’s new XL2566K esports monitor will be the main display set-up for all stages of the tournament, ensuring that players have access to the technology available to compete at the highest level.
Oliver Clarke, Commercial Director at BLAST, said: “ZOWIE produces gaming monitors designed specially for esports players, making their product perfectly suited for the world’s best players at one of the biggest esports tournaments of 2023 in the BLAST.tv Paris Major. We look forward to partnering with them ahead of France’s first ever Counter-Strike Major and one of the most anticipated esports events of the year and the last ever CS:GO Major.”
“As a leading esports equipment provider, we are committed to providing professional gamers with the tools they need to succeed and delivering an exceptional gaming experience,” said Steve Chu, President of BenQ Europe. “The BLAST.tv Paris Major is one of the most anticipated esports events of the year, and we are proud to be a part of it.”
ZOWIE’s esports monitors are designed specifically for esports players and offer fast response times, optimised smoothness, and customisable features to help players improve their performance. The XL2566K model, with its exclusive 360Hz with the fast-TN panel, provides better clarity and sharpness in fast movement. It matches perfectly with ZOWIE’s unique technology – DyAc⁺™ when aiming and moving crosshairs, it helps players see the position of the enemy during fast movements or fast-moving targets more easily.
Another unique feature, XL Setting to Share, makes the players share their own settings more conveniently with other people. Those features have been well-received by CS:GO players and have been endorsed by numerous esports tournaments.
The BLAST.tv Paris Major is one of the most renowned and highly-regarded esports events in the calendar year, giving thousands of teams from all around the world an opportunity to compete for a £1.25 million prize pool, a chance to etch their names in Counter-Strike folklore and a shot at being named the best team in the world.
2023 will mark 10-years of Counter-Strike Majors and the BLAST.tv Major will celebrate this momentous occasion through highlighting and looking back at some of the most iconic moments from the pinnacle of esports and Counter-Strike.