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NVIDIA Kicks off GeForce eSports Xtreme Tournament (GEXT) in the Philippines

Today NVIDIA announces the launching of their very own eSports competition called GEXT or the GeForce eSports Xtreme Tournament in the Philippines.


Jerome Matti discussing details for GEXT

More than a hundred gamers are expected to bring their game on to achieve supremacy on Defense of the Ancients 2 (DOTA 2). And the with the prize money involved they definitely have to “git good”; you know how much? Just Php 225,000.

GEXT wants to grow the DOTA 2 gaming community even further in the Philippines by creating tournaments for casual gamers; this means that there are no professional gamers shall be able to compete in the primary rounds to give casual gamers a better chance of winning.

Matches from the qualifiers will then be done in all NVIDIA Certified Cafes around the Philippines. NVIDIA plans to be streamed to help gaming communities across the Philippines to follow the action and the development from an online avenue.


Metro Manila

TNC Intramuros, TNC Morayta, TNC PATTS

Pacific Dapitan and Pacific Las Pinas


TNC Bacolod


ROG.Net 3

Cagayan de Oro

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Jerome Matti, NVIDIA Consumer Sales Manager says:

The gaming community in the Philippines is fast growing. As a key player in this field, NVIDIA is delighted to equip local iCafes with our award-winning GeForce GTX GPUs so that gamers — both professionals and casuals — can enjoy a better gaming experience


NVIDIA partners supporting the event are Palit, MSI Philippines, ASUS Philippines, Galaxy Philippines, Ballistix, Zotac Philippines and Inno3D Philippines, PLDT, IN WIN and SM Light Mall.

Since 1993, NVIDIA (NASDAQ: NVDA) has pioneered the art and science of visual computing. With a singular focus on this field, the company offers specialised platforms for the gaming, automotive, data centre and professional visualisation markets. Its products, services and software power amazing new experiences in virtual reality, artificial intelligence and autonomous cars. More information at http://nvidianews.nvidia.com/.

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