Teams from Top Universities Compete in Rocket League and League of Legends
Sacramento, CA (Sept. 9, 2022) – ViewSonic Corp., a leading global provider of visual solutions, will be a part of the second annual Collegiate Esports Finals that will take place Sept. 9-11, 2022 in Sacramento, CA, in conjunction with Kings Guard Gaming, the NBA 2K League affiliate of the Sacramento Kings, and College Esports International (CESI). Universities from across the country form one of the largest esports tournaments of its kind. ViewSonic will be providing ViewSonic ELITE™ XG270 gaming monitors for the grand stage, as well as showcasing the monitor in its booth.
Ruben Caputo, Vertical Marketing Manager for gaming monitors at ViewSonic, will be a presenter and guest speaker during the finals, and will discuss "Esports Career Pathways" on Saturday, Sept. 10th, 8:30am – 9:15am.
"Our unique partnership with Kings Guard Gaming and CESI demonstrates how dedicated ViewSonic is in supporting schools to meet and exceed their esports initiatives," said Caputo. "We're delighted to be working in conjunction with them to showcase our ELITE gaming monitor and take part in the discussion that explores career pathways in esports. CESI speaks to the interest of students, as well as educators who are pursuing esports as a learning modality. Given that ViewSonic has been supporting education initiatives for 35 years, we are devoted to helping organizations enrich student lives and achieve success through the use of technology."
Designed and engineered for esports competitions and gamers of all levels, ViewSonic gaming monitors deliver the speed, power, and visuals to meet the demands of the latest games. With features that deliver a range of variable refresh rate capabilities, super-fast response times, low input lag and amazing color reproduction, the ViewSonic ELITE and OMNI gaming lines offer the perfect monitor to fit one's needs.
"ViewSonic understands the value and importance of education and career pathways for students, in conjunction with esports...that is why we are proud to have them as our valued sponsor and partner in our tournament this year at the Golden 1 Center," said Gordon Hinkle, President and CESI 2022 Tournament Committee Chair
The CESI finals will have teams from top universities compete in Rocket League and League of Legends. Tournament winners will receive close to $50,000 in cash and prizes.