Creator’s Gurukul introduces India’s first co-gaming zone powered by AMD and Gaming Central

Promoted by Yuvraj Singh, Creator’s Gurukul has announced its partnership with AMD and Gaming Central to launch India’s first co-gaming venture in India. These newly created zones will feature high end PC gaming, powered by the latest hardware from AMD Ryzen and AMD Radeon graphics cards. Commenting on the partnership, head of sales-India, director of commercial business of AMD Asia Pacific-Japan (APJ) Mega Region, Vinay Sinha said, “India continues to be one of the most important markets for us in the APJ region and we are always looking at innovative ways to help bring AMD technology to consumers. We are very excited and appreciate Creator’s Gurukul and Gaming Central for choosing the best in class hardware from AMD. The co-gaming zone is a wonderful new initiative and we wish them great success for the first ever experience of this kind in India.” India’s gaming market continues to expand as accessibility of consumers to internet and screens increases. In a bid to support this growth, Creator’s Gurukul has introduced a first of its kind initiative that helps increasing hardware accessibility to budding entrepreneurs, gamers and technology enthusiasts. Powered with the best hardware from AMD, this will help in creating, collaborating and co-working. “This will mark the creation of the world’s first community-driven Phygital Gaming Zone, which combines the power of physical and digital gaming to give a 360-degree experience to gaming enthusiasts. These systems are powered by high end gaming and VR-ready PCs from AMD and feature a unique community focused pay as you go model,” noted Creator’s Gurukul co-founder Abhinav Tandon. The first co-gaming zone was recently unveiled at Gurgaon adjacent to Cyber City and at this zone, people can access a mix of AMD-powered gaming PCs powered by AMD ‘Ryzen’ and ‘Radeon’ products. The zone will also have unique esports experiences and leagues of popular multiplayer games such as PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) and Fortnite among others. Gaming Central founder Shrey Mishra added, “We envision the zone as a place for the gaming community to engage in tournaments, creator support with live streaming, game development and much more. AMD’s hardware support will provide advanced gaming technologies and help even more people understand and appreciate gaming in India.” 
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