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ZOTAC Technology, a global manufacturer of innovation, is thrilled to announce the success of the ZOTAC CUP Fight For Charity League of Legends (LOL) Tournament. The event kicked off at COMPUTEX Taipei with a grand opening ceremony converging all the finalists, including top streamers like CooLifeGame from Spain, Guan Zong and Hao Kai from China, Voyboy and Kaypea from North America.

The final showdown featured a charity prize pool of $100,000 USD, which will be donated towards charity organizations worldwide, and has been live-streamed via ZOTAC CUP’s Twitch channel, Huya and official Microsite in multiple languages. Amazing talents and casters including Jake ‘Spawn’ Tiberi, Matthew ‘Fish’ Stewart and Rikki ‘Riku’ Quiapon provided commentary on all the action onsite and audiences worldwide.

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The best nine LOL players have advanced to the Semi Finals stage on May 28-29. They were met by popular local influencers MMD, Eggroll, 7Z, WeiWei, Toyz and Gear to compete for 5 coveted spots in the Grand Finals, where the top international streamers await. All the 10 finalists have competed to raise funds to help support Esports Foundation US, Gaming-Aid, Make-A-Wish Foundation, Mercy Malaysia, and Oaktree Foundation.

“As an industry leader, we are excited to take the lead in encouraging the gaming community to create positive impacts. This year is very special because we have many talented individuals allocating their time, only with the aim to help make a difference. We also thank our partners NVIDIA, HUYA, Intel, Logitech Gaming, ViewSonic, COUGAR, and Battlefy for providing their support,” said Tony Wong, CEO of ZOTAC Technology.

Chinny Chuang, ZOTAC Global Director of Marketing added, “Our charity partners have also set up their own donation page to accept international donations, enabling our global audience the ability to directly make contributions to support their favorite LOL streamer and charities.”

ZOTAC GAMING provided the official gaming system – the all-new 9th generation MEK MINI. The ultra compact desktop gaming PC is powered by a ZOTAC GAMING GeForce RTX 2070 graphics card and a 9th generation Intel Core i5 processor, so all players on stage could push their skills to the limit without the hardware slowing them down.

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The ZBOX Streaming Mini PC, powered by an Intel Core processor and preinstalled with Streamlabs OBS and an Avermedia M.2 video capture card, tethered with the MEK MINI allowing the players to play and livestream simultaneously during the tournament event.

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