BenQ ZOWIE Announces Partnership with eXTREMESLAND CS:GO Asia Open 2017 Redefined eSports Gaming Standard with XL2546 240Hz, DyAcTM Monitors



BenQ ZOWIE announces its expanded presence at eXTREMESLAND today, as the title sponsor and the official monitors provider in the coming eXTREMESLAND CS:GO Asia Open 2017. This regional tournament seems leading e-Sports scene to a new level, with the best CS:GO teams across Asia Pacific and the best 240Hz DyAcTM eSports monitor, BenQ ZOWIE XL2546. The Malaysia Qualifier will be the online qualifier, followed by a 2-day LAN competition on Sept. 23rd and 24th in Orange Esports Stadium. The winning team as National representative will be invited to participate in the eXTREMESLAND final in Shanghai, China to further compete for US$100,000 cash prize. 

BenQ ZOWIE eXTREMESLAND CS:GO Asia Open 2017 Malaysia Division: 

·         Online Qualifier: 17th September 2017, Check in 9am (Join Discord channel:

·         LAN Qualifier:23rd September 2017, Check in 9am at Orange Esports Stadium 

·         Top 4 teams from each qualifier will be advanced to Main Event - Grand Final on 24th September 2017 at Orange Esports Stadium 

·         Registration Fees: RM40, Registration: 

BenQ Malaysia and eXTREMESLAND are proud to announce their partnership with Orange eSports for this qualifier. The Malaysian Division qualifier will be held in Orange eSports Stadium, with all new BenQ ZOWIE XL2546 in the stadium. BenQ ZOWIE product experiencing will be available throughout the LAN qualifiers. More details will be announced in days coming. Please stay tune to our social media for most recent information.  

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About Orange eSports 

Orange E-sports based in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia was founded in July 2011. As Malaysia’s electronic sports powerhouse, we sponsor competitive gaming teams to represent Malaysia abroad and organize offline/online competitions and leagues to promote E-sports. Orange E-sports is supported by its sister company Orange Internet Cafe who is the largest internet cafe chain in Malaysia. Orange E-sports, as the aspirations for Malaysia in the eyes of the World.