"GIGABYTE TECHNOLOGY Co. Ltd., a leading manufacturer of motherboards and graphics cards is proud to announce today, a promotion with Wargaming, creators of award winning free to play titles such as; World of Tanks and World of Warships, in connection to its recent launch of its new X99 and Z170 Motherboards. This promotion will qualify for all purchases made after May 30th, 2016.
GIGABYTE is bundling, with select Motherboards, bonus items, in-game currency, and in-game bonuses for World of Warships, valued at up to $30 USD. This promotion will be widely available to all GIGABYTE users in the Pan America Region, from North America, to Latin America, and also Brazil. Players can participate and obtain these free bonus items simply by purchasing, select GIGABYTE Motherboards. To promote this promotion even further GIGABYTE has created special retail boxes to signify and differentiate these select motherboards.
“ Wargaming is proud to have the best naval combat game, World of Warships, supported by the finest PC hardware from GIGABYTE”, stated Scott A. Steinberg, Senior Director of Business Development, Wargaming America.
New players will have an invite code available to them which they can use to obtain a premium warship, Aurora Cruiser; offered in GIGABYTE’s Promotion bundle. In addition, players will have access to being a premium account for seven (7) days this includes an +50% XP, Commander XP, Credit earnings, and access to a premium port. Not only that these new players will also be given 750,000 Credits in in-game currency. Existing players will use a bonus code and will be offered a premium warship Smith, with its debut release with GIGABYTE’s bundle promotion, as well as 100 Flags, an in-game consumable item.
This Promotion is available to the following GIGABYTE motherboards: X99-Phoenix SLI, X99-Ultra Gaming, X99P-SLI, Z170XP-SLI, H170-Gaming 3 and the H110M-S2H. Users can choose between a X99 Chipset Motherboard, that supports the newly launched 10-Core CPU from Intel, or the Z170, H170, or H110 Chipset Motherboards."