ZOTAC Announces World's First StarCraft® II Beta Gaming Tournament
New ZOTAC StarCraft® II beta Cup challenges gamers to compete weekly for a chance to win prizes
HONG KONG - Feb. 25, 2010 - ZOTAC International, the world's largest channel manufacturer of graphics cards, mini-ITX motherboards and mini-PCs, today announces the world's first online gaming tournament featuring the brand new Blizzard Entertainment®'s StarCraft® II beta - the ZOTAC StarCraft® II Cup. The ZOTAC StarCraft® II beta Cup enables gamers that received an invite to join the StarCraft® II beta program to compete in a weekly tournament to win prizes.
"Our new StarCraft® II beta Cup continues our tradition of giving gamers and the gaming community what they want," said Carsten Berger, marketing director, ZOTAC International. "The last StarCraft®: Brood War® cup was a tremendous success and we will continue that success with the latest StarCraft® II beta."
Gamers participating in the ZOTAC StarCraft® II beta Cup have a chance to win prize money every week. The first place winner of each ZOTAC StarCraft® II beta Cup will be awarded 100 for their gaming talents.
The ZOTAC StarCraft® II beta Cup starts every Sunday at 14:00 CET and is open to all gamers. Gamers can preregister for the ZOTAC StarCraft® II beta Cup now.
It's time to play StarCraft® II beta in the ZOTAC StarCraft® II beta Cup.
World's first StarCraft® II beta online tournament
ZOTAC StarCraft® II beta Cup
Compete every Sunday for a chance to win 100
Open to everyone with a legitimate copy of StarCraft® II beta
For information, please visit http://www.zotac-cup.com
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