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It’s the final day of DreamHack Winter 2019

DreamHack Winter 2019 has been underway this weekend at the DreamExpo in Jönköping, Sweden and there is still time to get involved in the grand eSports activities today.

The event is expected to generate 150,000 visits over the weekend. If you do get the chance to check out DreamHack Winter 2019 today, then why not visit the MSI booth. MSI is present at the event with a 150m² booth in Hall B at stand number B02-27, where the company will be showing off some of its latest unreleased products and playing new games.

“MSI is ready to give gamers a high-quality gaming experience with our top-tier gaming lineups at the three-day event. Be sure to stop by and see what MSI has to offer,” says Sam Chern, MSI Marketing VP.

Visitors of the MSI booth can participate in the COD: Modern Warfare tournament. A 12 player arena is set up in the middle of the booth inviting visitors to show off their skills and become part of the winning team. The tournament is a collaboration with Activision and participants will be rewarded with generous amounts of goodies, with a limited amount of MSI snapbacks for the winners.

New products on show from MSI will include high-end gaming laptops such as the GS75 stealth, GE65 Raider and GT76 Titan. A range of Nvidia RTX graphics cards from the Super series, along with X570 and Z390 motherboards, MSI MAG and MPG monitors with complete gaming desktop system on display too.

MSI has brought along a host of streaming talent to DreamHack Winter 2019 too. Influencers will be streaming from the dedicated streaming booth and playing a variety of popular games. Visitors will get the chance to see how Twitch streaming works with a behind the scenes look.

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KitGuru says: If you have nothing else to do today and are close by, why not check out DreamHack Winter 2019 and say hi to the guys at the MSI booth?

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