Last week, NVIDIA invited us to the India’s biggest GeForce LAN gaming tournament in Mumbai. The event witnessed more than 600 Indian and International gamers competing against each other. There were various games such as Counter Strike, Call of Duty 4, NFS, FIFA, etc. It also had a special track dedicated to female gamers. Team Never Say Die (NSD)won Rs. 1 lakh + Alienware M11X Laptop for Counter Strike, while the Team Orange E-Sportswon the same prize for winning the Call of duty 4 tournament.
Vishal Dhupar, Managing Director Asia South for NVIDIA, said:
Gaming is in NVIDIA’s soul. Our cutting edge technologies allow enthusiasts to play games with eye-popping graphics and the latest effects for an immersive adrenaline rush like nothing else. Now, with GeForce LAN India, we’re bringing together the people who share our passion for this electronic sport. Like other athletes, their skills deserve to be recognised and rewarded. Let the games begin!
Apart from the amazing GeForce LAN gaming tournament, NVIDIA and Shahrukh Khan unveiled the new NVIDIA GeForce G.One Signature Edition graphics cards. It comes in 2 different designs. The new G.One Signature Edition graphics cards will allow the PCs to deliver a best-in-class visual experience while watching movies, playing games or even simply browsing the web.
NVIDIA provided the technology which made the mind-blowing VFX in Ra.One possible,said Shahrukh Khan. Entertainment is evolving movies and games are irresistibly connected and Ra.One is a perfect example. This movie is actually about a computer game! Just as GPUs were fundamental to the making of Ra.One, they are the key ingredient in every PC. NVIDIA GeForce G.One Signature Edition graphics cards put the same GPU technology which made Ra.Onein the hands of consumers to power their personal entertainment hub, the PC.
Shahrukh Khan’s Red Chillies.VFX’ has partnered with NVIDIA to accomplish the massive VFX feats in the action-packed movie, Ra.One. Are you planning to buy the NVIDIA GeForce G.One Signature Edition graphics cards? Let us know your views in the comments below.