GINX Esports TV is pleased to announce that it has partnered up with Ping Zero for their next event, Ping Zero 51, which will be held in Auckland, New Zealand.
Held at Eden Park from 14-16 September, Ping Zero 51 will accommodate all game genres and styles from casual to competitive gaming. The most-anticipated three-day event is the largest LAN event in New-Zealand.
Solenne Lagrange, Marketing Director for GINX TV says: “GINX TV is committed to support local esports scenes wherever the channel is available. Ping Zero is known for the quality of its events and we are very happy to be working with them to help the NZ esports scene grow."
GINX Esports TV, which is available in New-Zealand on SKY also announces its official support to the Waikato United Gaming Society. The channel is sponsoring eight of the Society players to participate in Ping Zero 51.
Lagrange continues: “These grass-root events are perfect to connect with the community. We can’t wait to see the audience’s response to the channel.”
The pop-up channel is available to SKY Starter customers at no additional costs, on channel 159 and channel 059 until November 12th.
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