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Samsung is bringing Odyssey G5 gaming monitors and organizing an esports tournament



Samsung announces the organization of its own esports tournament on the occasion of the launch of the new gaming monitors of the Odyssey series. In this way, he would like to introduce the arrival of the new Odyssey G5 series game monitors.

The G7 and G9 series Odyssey monitors were unveiled at CES 2020 in Los Angeles in January. The new series presents the cheapest models with excellent parameters.

look hereThe Samsung Odyssey G9 gaming monitor impresses with its diagonal and curvature

The monitors are launched with a curved display (1000R) in two sizes (27 inches and 32 inches) with an aspect ratio of 1

6: 9 and a QHD resolution (2560 x 1440 pixels). They offer a refresh rate of 144 Hz with a response of 1 ms, HDR10 support and a brightness of up to 250 nits.

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The AMD FreeSync Premium technology and the game modes Custom, FPS, RTS, RPG, AOS, Cinema and DCR are waiting for the players. Connectivity is provided via Display Port 1.2 (1 EA), HDMI 2.0 (1EA) and a 3.5 mm headphone jack.

The smaller monitor costs 305 euros, the larger 379 euros.

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Odyssey League

The tournament is aimed at the best European player PUBG. If you decide to show your talents publicly, you will have the chance to win one of the prizes worth a total of 25,000 euros.

Registration for the tournament started last week. As part of the program, national qualification and elimination rounds are held in 12 European regions. This phase runs from September 12th to November 29th. The team from the Czech Republic and Slovakia will play against the Spanish-Portuguese team. The qualification takes place from October 26th to 29th, the elimination round takes place on November 13th.

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The winning team of the national CZ / SK round wins four 27-inch Samsung Odyssey G7 monitors. The best players from each region will then advance to the European final, which will take place on December 5th and 6th, 2020.

All 12 national rounds will be broadcast live on the Twitch streaming platform, which will be attended by local e-athletes like PUBG champion Dan Dim Gard, also known as DanucD. The European final will be broadcast directly from the Odyssey League Esports Studio in Berlin.

sourcePress release


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