LG Electronics (KRX: 066570) has announced that its latest UltraGear gaming monitor, 25GR75FG, will officially display the League of Legends EMEA Championship (LEC) 2023.
The new monitor will debut during the upcoming LEC season, which begins this weekend, and will be used by players from the region’s top teams as they compete for tournament honors.
The 25GR75FG features a 24.5-inch HD (1,920 x 1,080) IPS screen with a refresh rate of 360 Hz and a gray-to-gray response time (GTG) of 1 millisecond, which is ideal for Esports.
The monitor also features NVIDIA G- SYNC technology, which minimizes screen movement for a seamless display, and NVIDIA Reflex technology, which reduces latency between mouse click and display for more precise control over what’s happening on screen.
The monitor is VESA Display HDR™ 400 certified, ensuring bright, clear images, and features a 3-sided borderless design that enhances the feeling of immersion for gamers.
LG has supplied the professional league with its world-class UltraGear gaming monitors since 2022.
The LEC adopts the 25GR75FG for the 2023 season, which will be played in a new format that combines Europe, Turkey, and CIS with the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) to form EMEA, a unified competitive League of Legends Esports region.
Optimized for Esports, the 25GR75FG has been improved over its predecessor with feedback from LEC players. The design, features, and capabilities of the new UltraGear model make it an ideal choice for professional players and anyone who enjoys the thrill of competitive gaming.
The partnership between LG and LEC underscores the growing importance of Esports in the technology sector.
The global esports market is expected to reach $1.5 billion by 2023, and the industry will continue its rapid growth in the coming years.
As a leading player in the gaming monitor market, LG’s partnership with LEC positions it as a critical player in the esports industry, seeking to meet the growing demand for high-performance gaming displays.