BenQ America’s esports division ZOWIE has partnered with Helix eSports, a premier destination for gamers in the Northeastern US. As per the deal, ZOWIE will outfit Helix eSports’ gaming and virtual reality centers with top-performing esports monitors and provide prizes for upcoming competitions.

Helix eSports facilities will be equipped with ZOWIE’s XL2411P PC gaming monitors in their public gaming facilities, while ZOWIE’s XL2450 monitors will be available in VIP rooms. The ZOWIE 240Hz XL2540 and 144 Hz XL2411P offer a flawless experience of fast-motion gameplay. Users will also be able to utilize ZOWIE’s exclusive Black eQualizer technology to increase visibility in darker areas of the game.

“We are thrilled to partner with ZOWIE to further enhance our esports facilities and give our gamers the best equipment for competition. As we reopen our gaming centers, we welcome our gamers back and are excited for them to experience the new monitors and offerings from ZOWIE,” Murphy Vandervelde, co-founder of Helix eSports, said.

“Helix eSports provides gamers a safe space to come together to grow their skill level and build community, and we are proud to equip their state-of-the-art facilities with our industry leading monitors. ZOWIE monitors are innovatively designed to give esports competitors an edge, and we are excited to see Helix eSports gamers use our equipment as the official gaming monitors in upcoming tournaments,” Steve Yang, director of BenQ America, said.

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