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HEAVEN MEDIA AND SAPPHIRE JOIN FORCES FOR SEPTEMBER MADNESS


128 teams to compete in Counter-Strike: Source and Call of Duty 4

8th September 2009 (Huntingdon, UK) – Heaven Media are pleased to announce a new partnership between esports tournament organiser Esports Heaven and SAPPHIRE Technology, the graphics card production company.

From Tuesday 15th September to Sunday 27th September two tournaments will take place, each offering the winning team a superb prize of five ATI Radeon 4850 512MB graphics cards, providing the kind of graphical power any gamers wants in their computer - when you combine the ATI Radeon 4850 series GPUs with SAPPHIRE’s know-how you get a graphics card than can propel you deep into your gameplay with seamless frame rates and high resolutions.

The SAPPHIRE Call of Duty 4 tournament will kick off on the 15th with over 1,200 hours of gaming in just 6 days, with this feat repeated the next week for a different 64 teams, competing in the SAPPHIRE Counter-Strike: Source tournament, which commences on Tuesday 22nd September.

“It’s great to be working with SAPPHIRE again after their great involvement with our event at Gadget Show Live 2009,” said Adam Godfrey, Business Development for Heaven Media. “SAPPHIRE has long been the favoured graphics card brand for gamers due to the high and reliable quality of their products.”

“We believe that helping esports continue to grow is a very important goal” said SAPPHIRE’s Adrian Thompson. “We’re pleased to be supporting Esports Heaven’s September Madness, and are looking forward to some great games taking place!”

These SAPPHIRE tournaments will be covered by Cadred.org and Tek-9.org, two of Europe’s most influential esports coverage sites.

Contact: Corin Cole c.cole@heavenmedia.com +44 7920 748570

Interesting indeed, appparently you can sign up at E-sports Heaven but so far, I've had no luck in getting the sign-up form to work. Let me know if you do! 🙂

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