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NVIDIA recently made an announcement that the Chinese esports team TYLOO which is Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS: GO) team, has been added to the GeForce Esports roster of teams.
One of the top CS:GO teams in Asia, TYLOO won 16 CS:GO tournaments in 2016 and was the winner of The China Cup in 2017. TYLOO has a strong following with team live streams averaging over 1 million views.
As a member of the GeForce Esports roster, TYLOO will be equipped with GeForce 10 Series GPUs and other hardware, will have priority status for scheduling boot camp in NVIDIA Esports Studios, and will receive technical and logistical support from NVIDIA. NVIDIA'sgoal is to ensure that TYLOO has all the tools and support to win.
The TYLOO team was formed back in 2007, TYLOO team members include Hui "DD" Wu, Ke "Mo" Liu, HaoWen "somebody" Xu, Hansel "BnTeT" Ferdinand and Kevin "Xccurate" Susanto, the new TYLOO member from Indonesia.
Gaming technology is at the foundation of our company, and our passion for gaming pushes us well beyond sponsorships and touches all aspects of the esports industry. We work with the publishers, players, teams, and tournament operators and are deeply entrenched in the esports community commented NVIDIA.
Nvidia recently hosted their fifth Gamer Connect back in 2017 in Hyderabad at Gachibowli Indoor Stadium.The platform provided Indian gaming community the opportunity to bond, interact and explore new avenues in gaming and experience the latest technologies introduced to PC gaming. The event was held on December 9 and 10, 2017 with more than 5000 gamers.
Further the company had partnered with Dell, LG, Zotac, and HyperX to bring gamers closer to best technologies in gaming like 4K, High Fidelity VR and also showcase one of the most anticipated games of the year like Project Cars 2, Need for Speed: Payback, Call of Duty: World War 2, WWE 2K18 and Player unknown's Battlegrounds.
Back in December 2016 NVIDIA also declared that it will no longer release support or drivers for 32-bit operating systems after Release 390. The company made the announcement publicly on its official website.
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