NVIDIA have announced a $20,000 region-based Counter-Strike: Global Offensive tournament featuring open qualifiers and a finals in picturesque Kuala Lumpur.
The GeForce Cup Pacific is the pinnacle of NVIDIA’s esports competitions. Australia and New Zealand will combine to form one of 10 different regions who will be among those looking to to battle for the $20,000 prize pool.
The event kicks off with the first online open qualifier on the 5th of November with the second the week after on the 12th. The regional finals will be held on either the 26th of November or the 3rd of December (TBA at time of publishing) and it all feeds into the finals early next year, on the 11th and 12th of January in glorious Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
By putting their name on this event NVIDIA are looking to show off their signature GeForce gaming range – alongside the newer TITAN range aimed at elite video work, they aim to show the link between high performance in the server and high performance in your machine, as the tagline #FramesWinGames shows.