At the Lenovo Game On event, Lenovo officially launched the IdeaCentre Y710 Cube gaming system, which backstops their latest slew of mobile and desktop gaming systems. They also took the opportunity to announce their partnership with Microsoft to jointly sponsor ESL One Genting, and their collaboration with Intel in the League of Champions. Check out the updates at the Lenovo Game On event!
Game On With Lenovo
Lenovo is collaborating with Intel and Garena to bring the League of Champions to South East Asia. League of Legend gamers in the region can sign up to compete on 15 November 2016. The best teams will head on to the finals in Bangkok on 13-15 January 2017!
“Driven by the emergence of video game streaming, virtual reality and augmented reality as a means of enhancing and expanding interactive entertainment, PC gaming is still very relevant today. Despite fierce competition, we still see a strong opportunity to be part of the gaming sector as part of our continued commitment to users,” said Khoo Hung Chuan, Lenovo Country General Manager of Malaysia and Singapore, Central Asia Pacific.
The IdeaCentre Y710 Cube Launched At Lenovo Game On
Khoo Hung Chuan then officially launched Lenovo’s latest gaming system – the IdeaCentre Y710 Cube with Gregory Beh, Gaming Category Lead, Lenovo Asia Pacific, who flew in from Singapore to tell us about the new IdeaCentre Y710 Cube. Check it out!