Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. a South Korean multinational electronics company headquartered in Suwon, South Korea announced its partnership with global esports organization, T1 Entertainment & Sports (T1) as the official display partner. According to this partnership, all teams and players located at the T1 headquarters training facility in Seoul will practice using Samsung’s latest curved gaming monitors, the Odyssey G9 and G7.
Samsung’s Odyssey is a line of gaming laptops, PCs and VR devices are expanding to include gaming monitors, too. They have created the all-new Odyssey G7 and G9. Both the (27- or 32-inch) G7 and the (49-inch) G9 come packed with next-level specs including ultrawide, 1000R-curvature screens, a rapid 1ms response time, a 240Hz refresh rate for incredibly smooth FPS (first-person shooter) gameplay, G-Sync compatibility, and much more.
Hyesung Ha, Senior Vice President of Visual Display Business at Samsung Electronics said on this partnership, “We are proud to partner with T1, the leader in professional esports, helping them in their continued success and global growth as official display partner. Our line-up of Odyssey monitors provides the latest in gaming monitor technology with lightning-fast speed, comfortable curvature and a sleek design, offering professional esports gamers the competitive edge they need to make every split second count.”
The partnership will also witness a number of promotional events with Samsung and League of Legends T1 teams. A meet up for the T1 team fans will be held where they will interact with players and view the Samsung Odyssey gaming monitors in action.
Moreover, Samsung Odyssey G9 and G7 will be displayed in the ‘Samsung Player Lounge’ at T1’s new headquarters soon to be opened in Seoul. Whether they are playing games or creating content with the Odyssey monitors, all T1 teams, players, and content creators will have access to the latest gaming monitor technology for increased performance, precision and productivity.
ABOUT TEAM T1
To let you know, global esports organisation T1’s League of Legends is the most successful team in the world and is the only team to have won three League of Legends World Championship titles. Besides, the organisation also have teams in various titles such as Fortnite, Dota 2, PUBG, Super Smash Bros., Hearthstone, Apex Legends, Overwatch, Valorant, and FIFA Online 4.