Published on March 18th, 2022 | by Adrian Gunning

ViewSonic Brings Smart Technology to Australian Esports League

ViewSonic Corp., a leading global provider of visual solutions, partners with the Australian Esports League (AEL) to support the High Schools Cup in its second year. This year, the winning school of each quarter will be awarded with a ViewSonic 75-inch interactive ViewBoard. The prize also comes with a training on how to maximise their new ViewBoard for e-sports training or building engagement in classrooms.

The AEL High School Cup is a national program that brings together high school students across Australia to compete across a range of online video games. The tournament takes place once each term of the school year. It is a unique platform for students to hone their gaming skills.

“The AEL is excited about the 2022 High School League and the partnership with ViewSonic is a fantastic way to offer the winning schools an amazing piece of technology” says Darren Kwan, CEO of AEL. “We would like to wish every student participating the best of luck and would like to thank ViewSonic for their ongoing support”.

“We are very excited to support the Australian Esports League – High School Cup again this year” said Jack Hung, Country Manager of ViewSonic Australia. He added, “At ViewSonic, we believe that that e-sports in schools have a good impact on the overall wellbeing and academic performance of the students. Schools need to invest in good training equipment to build the team’s competitiveness”.

The ViewSonic’s all-new ViewBoard® 52 Series for Education (IFP52-EDU) is an excellent prize to help facilitate esports training. It’s packed with tools for digital whiteboarding, immersive multimedia experience, and all the right specs and features you need to create a collaborative space. The 75-inch model offering during this event valued at AUD8,999, a total value of AUD35,000.

About the Author'

Adrian lives in Melbourne Australia and has a huge passion for gaming, technology and pop culture. He recently finished his a Bachelor of Journalism and is currently focusing on games journalism. When not writing and playing video games, Adrian can be found in Comics 'R' Us debating the pros of the DC Universe and cons of the Marvel Universe.

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