In case our huge focus on PC hardware doesn’t make it obvious enough, we at Techgage loooooove PC gaming. We also love those who love it right alongside us. Take NVIDIA, for example. Many of our contacts there regularly talk to game studios to help further the success of PC gaming, and aide in making our games look as good as they can be. And, I think it goes without saying, that more often than not, the PC makes even the console ports look a lot better.
Well, to help celebrate the epicness that is PC gaming, NVIDIA’s going to be holding a worldwide event on September 18th that will bring fellow PC gamers together. It’s called “GAME24″, and it’s going to be a 24-hour “visual feast”, one that will be held in a handful of locations, and also streamed live. NVIDIA’s hoping to break some tune-in records here, so even if you consider yourself to be a Radeon fan, you might want to consider tuning in just to help a PC gamer record get broken.
The live locations include Los Angeles, Chicago, Indianapolis and Mission Viejo in the USA, and Shanghai, Stockholm, and London worldwide. You can get the full list of exact locations at game24.nvidia.com.
NVIDIA’s Tom Peterson has some sound advice on how to make sure you get to one of the events, as well as how to prepare in advance to make the experience the best it can be:
To register, you’ll have to head on over to game24.nvidia.com. Our own Greg King will be heading to the Indianapolis event, so if you’ll also be there, let us know!
Viva la PC gaming!