HONOR 200 named official smartphone of the historic Esports World Cup | Inquirer Technology

HONOR 200 named official smartphone of the historic Esports World Cup

/ 09:23 AM July 10, 2024

The Esports World Cup Foundation (“EWCF”) and HONOR, a global technology leader, have announced a main partnership for the Esports World Cup (“EWC”), the world’s largest gaming festival this summer in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The HONOR 200 Pro will be the official smartphone of the EWC, leveraging the device’s cutting-edge technology to power esports competitions in popular mobile games like Free Fire, Honor of Kings and Women’s ML:BB tournament.

HONOR 200 Esports World Cup Foundation

As the ultimate smartphone for mobile gaming enthusiasts, the HONOR 200 Pro offers a suite of outstanding new features that appeal to both Esports athletes and casual players.

The partnership will focus on engaging global gamers, strengthening brand identities, and fostering a community driven by the spirit of competition.

Beginning on July 3, the Esports World Cup will transform Riyadh into the epicenter of esports fandom and gaming culture. Located in Boulevard City, fans can watch their favorite athletes and clubs compete across 22 game championships for a share of more than $60 million in life-changing prize money — the largest prize pool in esports history. Over eight weeks, the Esports World Cup will also feature festival activities that include numerous gaming activations, community tournaments, pop culture celebrations, international experiences, and more.

The AI Portrait Master is coming to the Philippines on July 17! Excited for it? Catch it live on Facebook and get a chance to win your very own HONOR 200! Stay tuned for the full mechanics on HONOR Philippines’ Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok. To check out HONOR’s complete list of retail stores, go to https://www.hihonor.com/ph/retailers/.

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TOPICS: BrandRoom, eSports, Honor, World Cup
TAGS: BrandRoom, eSports, Honor, World Cup

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