GG Truck offers the opportunity to conduct online tournaments for the hottest esports titles through interactive and inclusive experiences amid the continuing pandemic.
GG Company, Inc. has unveiled the GG Truck, Southeast Asia’s first ever pop-up mobile gaming truck set to go around the Philippines providing a safe competitive space to enjoy gaming.
GG Truck offers the opportunity to conduct online tournaments for the hottest esports titles through interactive and inclusive experiences.
“With GG Truck, brands can take advantage of this mobile gaming phenomenon. Brands can utilize our game inventory and customizable features to hold gamified on-ground events, then broadcast that online to a much wider audience,” said Ron Castro, President of GG Company.
The truck is equipped with a 10 ft. x 6 ft. LED screen, a pop-up stage, and sound system to give users an immersive gaming experience
The GG Truck also has free Wi-Fi with a range of up to 500 meters, so gamers can connect and interact in a tournament platform with their matches broadcast online even from inside their homes.
“Safety is our utmost priority for any event. We work closely with the local government units (LGU) to ensure all safety standards are being met so that everyone can enjoy gaming without worry,” said Castro.
Apart from gaming, GG Company offers GG Truck to be used by brands, game publishers and business institutions for various types of Covid-safe activities such as product launches and sampling.
Currently, their gaming inventory includes Mobile Legends: Bang Bang, League of Legends: Wild Rift, and others.
Gaming events pre-pandemic welcomed thousands of participants in event spaces such as SM MOA Arena and Araneta Coliseum.
Gaming events are still attended online today but as more people are getting inoculated with the vaccine for Covid-19, event organizers are looking into slowly bringing back physical events through hybrid events and outdoor events.
Gaming by nature is competitive, and GG Truck enables that in a fun, lighthearted way.
To know more about GG Truck, visit www.ggtruck.net.
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