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BLAST on-boards ZOWIE as Paris Major 2023 partner

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Esports equipment brand ZOWIE has announced a new partnership with BLAST for the final Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) Major — the BLAST.tv Paris Major 2023.

The partnership agreement will have ZOWIE provide the new XL2566K esports monitors at all stages of the tournament.

The 2023 Paris Major, which is set to be the final CS:GO Major ahead of the Counter-Strike 2 launch, will also be the first Major to be held in France. 

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Oliver Clarke, Commercial Director at BLAST, commented:

ZOWIE produces gaming monitors designed specially for esports players, making their product perfectly suited for the world’s best players at one of the biggest esports tournaments of 2023 in the BLAST.tv Paris Major. We look forward to partnering with them ahead of France’s first ever Counter-Strike Major and one of the most anticipated esports events of the year and the last ever CS:GO Major.

Steve Chu, President of BenQ Europe, commented:

As a leading Esports equipment provider, we are committed to providing professional gamers with the tools they need to succeed and delivering an exceptional gaming experience. The BLAST.tv Paris Major is one of the most anticipated esports events of the year, and we are proud to be a part of it.

BLAST brings on ZOWIE as partner for Paris Major 2023
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