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Massive $110,000 up for grabs during MSI Beat IT 2014 Global
Press release
Friday 9 May 2014

MSI Beat IT since 2010, a global e-Sports tournament hosted by the leading gaming brand MSI, is kicking off. Registrations for the regional qualifier tournaments in Europe will be active on May 8th, other regions will be announced later on MSI's official website. The grand finals will be held in November in Taipei, where the best gamers from seven regions will fight over the course of two days for a grand prize total of over US$110,000.

StarCraft II and DOTA2 will be this year's premier titles for world's best players to show their skills. With tremendous streaming capabilities, powered by XSplit Gamecaster, MSI is ready to serve the expected 500,000 online viewers from over 100 countries with the smoothest gaming streams.

During the grand finals in Taipei, MSI will showcase its cutting-edge GAMING products powered by partners Intel, NVIDIA and Kingston, including the latest graphics cards, notebooks, motherboards, All-in-One PCs and gaming peripherals, that let the attendees experience the top players' top choice.

To be part of the next best thing in gaming, register at http://beatit.msi.com/ and join MSI Beat IT 2014 for tickets for the world champion in Taipei. During 5/8 to 5/20, fans who visit the MSI Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/MSIHQFANCLUB, give a Like, share event video and leave "MSI Leading the Game" on the wall will have chance to get the exclusive MSI W8 GAMING mouses.

Massive $110000 up for grabs during MSI Beat IT 2014 Global

Massive $110,000 up for grabs during MSI Beat IT 2014 Global

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