Corsair Memory Announced as Official Memory of ACON5
Posted: Wed Mar 16, 2005 1:31 am
Looks like Corsair teamed up with ABIT and is joining them for ACON5 in 2005!
March 11, 2005 – Corsair Memory, the world leader in ultra-performance DDR memory modules for gamers and enthusiasts, is excited to be announced as the Official Memory of ACON5. Corsair Memory, along with the other ACON5 partners, ABIT, Intel, ATi, LG and Creative expect that ACON5 will be the largest "open-to-everyone" gaming competition to be held in 2005.
Corsair Global Marketing Manager, Joe James commented on why Corsair worked hard to be a part of ACON5, saying, "Corsair is so supportive of ACON5, because ACON5 is open to all gamers. No invitations required and no high ticket price to join. ACON5 encourages every gamer to come out and have fun with thousands of other gamers. This is what gaming is all about!"
ACON5 will take place in more than 20 countries and territories worldwide. Gamers first participate in the Regional Finals. From there, the winners will be flown, all expenses paid, to the ACON5 Global Finals located in a yet undisclosed exotic location. Last year, Warcraft III: Frozen Throne was chosen to be the official game. For ACON5, organizers have added Counter-Strike, the world’s number one online game.
"In Asia alone, ACON5 will be held in almost 100 cities," noted Sales Director of Asia, Scott Thirlwell. "Gaming in Asia is very popular. I am proud that Corsair is the memory that will be driving all the ACON5 Gaming PCs in an event as large and exciting as ACON5."
European Sales Director, Paul Watkins explained his keen interest in being a partner of ACON5, "Corsair, along with the other ACON5 partners ABIT, Intel, LG, ATI and Creative have seen substantial growth in Europe over the years. Now is the time for Corsair and these ACON5 partners to get involved with the people responsible for our success." Paul Watkins concluded, saying, "ACON5 is our thank you to all the gamers out there for making Corsair the memory choice for true gamers."
For more information on how to be a part of ACON5, go to http://www.acon5.com
For more information on the memory that drives the ACON5 PCs, go to http://www.corsair.com