AOC unveils its G2 Esports Signature Edition gaming monitor

AOC has officially announced its first G2 Esports branded monitor – the G2590PX/G2, made possible through a collaboration between the vendor and the esports organisation.

This 24.5-inch monitor’s new special edition features a unique design with the official G2 Esports samurai art and logos. It is also equipped with high performance gaming features such as 144 Hz, 1 ms response time and FreeSync.

Based in Berlin, Germany, and founded in 2013 by renowned pro player Carlos ‘ocelote’ Rodríguez, the G2 Esports organisation quickly established itself as a titan on the European circuit at various international esports events.

Since partnering up with AOC in January 2018, G2 Esports’ training facilities have been equipped with AOC’s gaming displays.

“This monitor is not only a sign of AOC’s appreciation of such a successful organisation as G2 Esports, but also of its dedication to all fans of the G2 Esports players,” said Stefan Sommer, director of marketing and business management at AOC International Europe.

G2 Esports’ Rodríguez added: “AOC has proven to be an incredible partner to us and our players. The quality of their monitors combined with the level of commitment and empathy shown by their team makes us deeply proud of this partnership. As a result, we’ve together created a G2-branded monitor that embodies the strengths of this partnership and that we can call our own. We are excited for the G2590PX/G2 and can’t wait to see it in the homes of many of our diehard #G2ARMY members.”

Based on the G90 Series of AOC Gaming monitors, the G2590PX/G2 boasts a frameless TN panel with 16:9 Full HD (1920×1080 pixels), FreeSync support, 1 ms response time and high refresh rates of up to 144 Hz.

The G2 Esports Signature Edition is available with a price point of £329.

Find out more about AOC’s gaming monitors and its work with G2 Esports in the company’s recent PCR feature here.

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