Intel To Host Extreme Masters 2018 PyeongChang – Preparing For The Olympic Winter Games
Intel has announce recently of their plans in holding the Intel Extreme Masters 2018 PyeongChang, ahead of next February’s Olympic Winter Games in Korea.
Intel Extreme Masters 2018 PyeongChang
The 2018 Intel Extreme Masters, which was made available by the duo of Intel and ESL, will be open to any player and at any level through global online qualifiers. These qualifiers will take place this November while a live qualifier event will also take place in Beijing in December between the top two qualifiers from China. The winner will be moving on to compete against the rest in PyeongChang in the lead up to the 2018 Olympic Winter Games.
Intel has been pushing the boundaries of esports for well over a decade and our goal is to bring esports to every global sporting stage. From the qualifying events to the groundbreaking Intel Extreme Masters tournament in PyeongChang, we see this as another important step in giving more people around the world a chance to experience the thrill of esports. Gregory Bryant, senior vice president and general manager of the Client Computing Group at Intel Corporation
Intel and ESL will facilitate all events, which includes the online qualifiers, the live qualifier in Beijing, and the final tournaments leading up to the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018. Intel will prepare and power all of the live Intel Extreme Masters events with the Intel Core i7 gaming processor, as well as the PCs used in the broadcast and backend cloud infrastructure.
You can follow the action and watch the competition on the Olympic Channel global digital platform as well as broadcast and digital partners, which is set to be announced in the near future.
Pokdepinion: Always had a thing for RTS’ such as Star Craft. Too bad I’m not really good at them :(