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LG Launches Limited-Edition League of Legends-Themed Gaming Monitor

LG Electronics has unveiled a special edition LG UltraGear OLED gaming monitor inspired by the popular online video game, League of Legends. The limited-edition model is aimed at fans of the game and is exclusively available in select countries, including the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Spain, Sweden, Italy, Saudi Arabia, and South Korea.

League of Legends, released in 2009, boasts the largest gaming community in the world of esports. With over 600 million fans having played the game in the past decade, it continues to attract an average of 180 million players each month.

The League of Legends UltraGear OLED monitor features a 27-inch OLED display with an impressive 240Hz refresh rate, ensuring smooth and seamless gameplay. With a response time of just 0.03 milliseconds Gray-to-Gray (GTG), gamers can enjoy lightning-fast action without any motion blur.

The limited edition monitor incorporates iconic League of Legends symbols and imagery into its design, both at the back and front of its stand. Its on-screen menus are also infused with elements from the game, providing an immersive gaming experience.

In addition to the launch of the exclusive gaming monitor, LG and Riot Games, the developer of League of Legends, have partnered on various initiatives to further promote and expand the world of esports.

Sung Jun-ho, head of the IT overseas sales & marketing division of LG Electronics Business Solutions Company, expressed excitement about the collaboration, stating, “We are thrilled to introduce our limited-edition LG UltraGear OLED gaming monitor inspired by League of Legends. This device delivers top-notch performance and features a captivating design tailored for the millions of League of Legends fans worldwide. LG remains committed to supporting the esports culture and aims to continually offer premium gaming products through the UltraGear lineup.”

Sources:
– LG Electronics
– League of Legends