Acer’s Predator XB241H gaming monitor has been chosen as the official monitor of the Intel Extreme Masters (IEM) pro gaming tour, Season 11. Providing a best-in-class gaming experience inside-and-out, the Predator XB241H builds on Acer’s industry-leading display technologies, which has been widely praised by gamers worldwide.
“Acer is thrilled that the Predator XB241H has been chosen as the official monitor for this year’s Intel Extreme Masters," said Victor Chien, President of Digital Display Business, Acer Inc. “This is a testament to our relentless pursuit of design and technological excellence, and our commitment to delivering best-in-class experiences to gamers without compromise.”
"Competing on a high-quality display is vital to ensuring the best eSports experience for our competitors. Therefore our partnership with Acer is arguably one of the most important for this season’s Intel Extreme Masters,” said Michal Blicharz, VP Pro Gaming, Electronic Sports League. “We are looking forward to seeing the world's gaming elite go head to head on Predator monitors at some of the largest eSports tournaments on the planet."
Battletested and Ready – Predator XB241H
Made to achieve greatness, the 24-inch Predator XB241H was built from the ground up for fast-paced, tournament-grade intensity. It features the latest NVIDIA® G-SYNC™ technology, giving gamers an advantage with incredibly detailed images and smooth visuals. The Predator XB241H supports 1920x1080 resolution at refresh rates of up to 144Hz (overclockable to 180Hz), and has a fast GTG (gray to gray) response time of 1ms, rendering fast-moving action and dramatic transitions smoothly without smearing or ghosting.
About Intel Extreme Masters Season 11
Intel Extreme Masters is the longest running global pro gaming tour in the world. The first tour took place in 2006 and is sanctioned by the Electronic Sports League (ESL). The gaming tour features competitions in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, StarCraft II and League of Legends across multiple continents.
Season 11 of the Intel Extreme Masters tour will kick off in Shanghai, China this July, before heading to Oakland, CA USA in November, Gyeoggi, South Korea in December, with a final stop in Katowice, Poland in March 2017.