Lenovo Introduces New LEGION Line designed for PC Gaming #LEGIONbyLenovo


Lenovo presents its sub-brand of gaming PCs, named Lenovo Legion to cater to the growing community of online gamers.
Mr. Vinson Chua, Lenovo Philippines Consumer Product Manager, presents the Lenovo Legion Laptop and desktop PC.

Lenovo, the leader in providing innovative technology consumer, commercial, and enterprise introduced "Lenovo Legion", a sub-brand gaming PCs designed for the growing community of online gamers last January 28-29, 2017 at SM Cyberzone North Edsa.

It was a two-day gaming convention that allowed avid gamers to play League of Legends (LoL), one of the most popular Multiplayer Online Battle Arena games by Garena in Southeast Asia.  

But, before the community game battle begins, the company rolled out the introduction of new products of gaming PCs.  A powerful laptops of  Lenovo Legion Y520 and Ideapad Y910 and desktop pc IdeaCentre Y710 Cube. 

The powerful entry-level gaming device

Lenovo Legion Y520

Ideapad Y910

IdeaCentre Y710 Cube

These new gaming sub-brand offers gamers powerful gaming devices and community engagement. It’s a user experience designed around what they’re passionate about – the most immersive gaming experiences.


And now, let the community game battle begins...

League of Legends Community game match.
As we can see in the big screen, there are two teams with5 members each choosing their LoL characters.

Team members were able to engage in their opponents at the battle ground.

  
Garena Philippines and gamers won the game. Photo with Lenovo executives. 
L-R: Joseph “Sphere” Saratan, Michael “Crispy Frisky” Friske, Anna Abola (Lenovo Philippines Marketing Communications Manager), Michael Ngan (Lenovo Philippines Country General Manager), Andy Punzalan (Garena Philippines Senior Executive for Business Development & Sponsorship), Luke Thorssen, Theo Rodriguez a.k.a Arctik

Garena Philippines and gamers strike a pose with their new Legion by Lenovo jackets. L-R: Joseph “Sphere” Saratan, Michael “Crispy Frisky” Friske, Andy Punzalan (Garena Philippines Senior Executive for Business Development & Sponsorship), Luke Thorssen, Theo Rodriguez a.k.a. Arctik

SM Cyberzone North Edsa LEGION by Lenovo game stations.

Wondering what machine they're using? 
A complete set of IdeaCentre Y710 Cube with headset and mechanical keyboard plus mouse.  Below are basic specifications fits for your outstanding gaming experience.

Processor:  It has a 6th generation Intel Core i7 K processor
Memory: Memory is expandable of up to 16GB of DDR4
Dedicated Video: It has NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 GPU allows for 4k resolution gaming.

There are also LoL characters at the venue portrayed by our cosplayers.

League of Legends cosplayers 

Cosplayers 

Second batch winners with Ms. Anna Abola (Lenovo Philippines Marketing Communications Manager)

According to Mr. Michael Ngan, “Lenovo Legion is dedicated to our community of gamers, and their passion for gaming.  And by introducing Legion through this gaming convention, we hope to grow such a community – where local gamers can support each other in the world of gaming, and improve camaraderie online.”

The gaming convention serves as battleground for 12 teams from participating schools such as the De La Salle University, DLSU – College of Saint Benilde, Adamson University, National University, AMA University – Quezon City Campus, University of the Philippines – Diliman, and the Far Eastern University, among many others.

Also, joining the community game are some celebrities such as Kristoffer Martin, Jack Reid, Ashley Gosiengfiao, Alex Diaz, and Jerome Ponce.  Radio DJs, Nikko Ramos and Joyce Pring are set to host Legion by Lenovo  
Kristoffer Martin plays League of Legends
Kristoffer Martin
Jack Reid plays League of Legends
Jack Reid
Ashley Gosiengfiao, a cosplayer and gamer Ashley Gosiengfiao joined in and wowed the Lenovo Legion community with her charm, grace, and gaming abilities.
Ashley Gosiengfiao
Model and actor Alex Diaz shown with his game face on as the battle continues.
Alex Diaz 
Jerome Ponce
Jerome Ponce
Andy Punzalan (leftmost), Garena Philippines Senior Executive for Business Development & Sponsorship, along with Anna Abola (second from right), Marketing Manager of Lenovo Phiippines, and host Joyce Pring (rightmost), gave Legion jackets and backpacks to the celebrity gamers. L-R: Andy Punzalan, Kristofer Martin, Jack Reid, Jerome Ponce, Ashley Gosiengfiao, Alex Diaz, Anna Abola, Joyce Pring

Pricing and Availability

IdeaCentre Y710 Cube 
- is already available at Lenovo Philippines retail stores nationwide.
- pricing of this desktop starts at PhP 81,990.

The Lenovo Legion Y520 
- available at any authorized retail stores nationwide. 

Ideapad Y910 will be available the first quarter of 2017. 
Pricing details will be announced soon. 

To know more and to stay connected and updated on Lenovo Philippines, visit www.lenovo.com/lenovo/ph/en, or follow their Facebook page


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