Alienware Boosts Local Aussie esports Team ORDER with exclusive partnership

Alienware has announced an exclusive partnership deal with local Aussie esports team ORDER. The aim is to grow and support the Australian gaming scene.

Ben Jackson, General Manager of Consumer and Small Business at Dell ANZ had this to say;

We are incredibly proud to continue Alienware’s long history of supporting esports and we are excited to be partnering with ORDER not only because they are an outstanding team with impressive runs on the board already in their first year but they also have a vision for the team and their business that complements our own.

The exclusive partnership brings some serious hardware to ORDER’s League of Legends and CS: GO teams. The teams will receive Alienware Aurora desktops with Intel i7 processors and NVIDIA GTX 1080Ti/ RTX 2080Ti, Alienware Gaming Monitors, peripherals and some of the all-new Alienware m15 gaming laptops.  

Alienware ORDER

“Professional players need cutting-edge innovation and power to perform at the highest level.” continues Ben,” By equipping ORDER’s esports athletes with Alienware’s top-of-the-line, high-performance gaming PCs, the team has an edge to compete at a world-class level” 

ORDER has had some recent victories at Gfinity Australia Elite Series winning series 1 and 2 of the club championship last year and making a splash on the local scene.

This partnership also provides ORDER with Alienware’s Pro Support and access to the resources at the Alienware Academy. Players will also have access to advice from esport pros from around the world such as Team Liquid.

And while Aussies may not be able to go to the Los Angeles based Alienware Training Facility, they will have access to the free online Alienware Academy platform

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