City of Industry, California – May 15, 2015 – PowerColor, a leading manufacturer of high-performance graphics cards, announces today its partnership with eSports organization compLexity Gaming. This is the first of many new endeavors for PowerColor in eSports.
“PowerColor is a brand that long ago established itself as a powerhouse and innovator of AMD performance graphics. A partnership between our two brands represents the culmination of years hard work and persistence” said Brian Jackson, Manager of Business Development for compLexity Gaming.
PowerColor has ensured all compLexity players will now be powered by high-performance AMD graphics cards, such as the Devil 13 and the PCS+ R9 290X. compLexity Gaming players will also be some of the first people in the world to get their hands on the new 300 series of graphics cards, as well as all future lines of graphics cards.
“Joining with CompLexity Gaming is a great milestone point for PowerColor” said Don Cho, Marketing Consultant for PowerColor. “compLexity Gaming and PowerColor has a long history of championships. Working with an organization of that caliber, we feel both compLexity and Powercolor will achieve great things. We are very excited for our future together.”
PowerColor, established by TUL Corporation in 1997, is a graphics industry leading brand name now and well known for its outstanding performance and innovative technology. As a leading provider of graphics cards, PowerColor offers powerful, reliable and cost effective solutions to customers worldwide.
About compLexity Gaming
compLexity Gaming is one of the world’s premier competitive gaming organizations. Owned and operated by some of the finest minds in the industry, compLexity has a long heritage of championship caliber teams, superstar players, news reporting and gaming entertainment ventures. compLexity’s gamers have been featured by numerous mainstream media outlets like Sports Illustrated, New York Post, Los Angeles Times and the Wall Street Journal. They have also appeared on live television programs such as CBS’ 60 Minutes and the Championship Gaming Series, have been featured in film documentaries and were a focus of the book “Game Boys.”