Dorna Sports is delighted to announce a multi-year global partnership with Lenovo as the exclusive technology sponsor of the MotoGP™ eSport Championship, and exclusive provider of gaming PCs, monitors and headsets for the Championship’s live events. In addition to a co-branding sponsorship, the Championship players will game on Lenovo Legion’s high-performance gaming devices, including the powerful Lenovo Legion Y720 Cube desktop, Lenovo Legion Y25f Gaming Monitor and the Lenovo Y Gaming Surround Sound headset for a smooth and immersive experience.
This key partnership will power the Championship to new heights as contestants once again race for incredible prizes this season. Eight online challenges with live onsite semi finals and the season finale event to follow later in the year. The Lenovo Legion-powered Semi-Final 1 will take place at the Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli in September, followed by the Movistar eSports Center in Madrid in October, and culminating in the Grand Final MotoGP season finale in Valencia in November.
“Given eSports is one of the fastest growing areas in both gaming and sport viewing that’s captivating millions of fans around the world, sponsoring Dorna’s MotoGP eSport Championship is the natural step from our technology partnership in the MotoGP World Championship. It gives us the opportunity to deliver powerful and immersive experiences to the global gaming community – bringing together our Lenovo Legion gaming technology with Dorna’s critically acclaimed MotoGP game,” said Gianfranco Lanci, Lenovo Corporate President and Chief Operating Officer.
“I’m thrilled that Lenovo will be a part of the MotoGP eSport Championship,” said Pau Serracanta, Managing Director, Dorna Sports. “The Lenovo Legion gaming PC brand stands for sleek and powerful performance and with this partnership, some of the best gamers in the world will now be able to play on the Lenovo Legion devices during the Semi-Finals and the Grand Final. I’m confident this agreement between Lenovo and the MotoGP eSport Championship will welcome a future full of success.”
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