Display manufacturer celebrates launch of latest gaming screen with ‘Sniper your Monitor’ contest

Iiyama partners with Entatech to offer Sniper 2 bundle

Monitor maker iiyama has signed up with distribution partner Entatech to launch a Sniper 2: Ghost Warrior promotion.

It offers all customers who order iiyama’s new E2473HS-BS 24-inch gaming monitor a free downloadable copy of Sniper 2: Ghost Warrior, published by City Interactive.

Entatech and iiyama’s partnership began three years ago, and since then the manufacturer’s products have become an increasingly popular part of Entatech’s portfolio

Following in the footsteps of fellow manufacturers, including the likes of Nvidia and AMD, the promotion continues the trend of vendors bundling their hardware with the latest games in order to boost their appeal.

Entatech systems and displays channel manager, Paul Olliver, commented on the promotion: “The gaming industry is one of the most lucrative and evolving sectors and this promotion from iiyama is a great way in which to combine the gaming and retail channels together.

“Iiyama is continuously expanding its range with monitors that cater for the needs of a wide variety of users – including gamers. Not only can resellers boost their sales through mention of this promotion, but end- users will also benefit from a fantastic incentive – and free game.”

In addition to the promotion, iiyama is running a competition, which offers customers the chance to win a custom-designed monitor sporting their own design.

The ‘Snipe your Monitor’ contest encourages customers to design their own monitor using an array of Sniper 2 designs, colours, stickers and additional assets.

Entrants have until June 30th, where five winners will be chosen, with prizes including iiyama monitors, Sniper 2 goodie bags, Nvidia graphics cards and Alienware PCs.

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