Games of Glory, a fast-action arena-shooter blend currently in alpha, has partnered with Razer for its stand at the EGX Rezzed in London later this month, and for the March Mania online tournament to be hosted the following week.
Lightbulb Crew, the Franco-Swedish independent studio currently developing Games of Glory, has announced a new partnership with Razer for the EGX Rezzed, as well as for an online tournament to take place the following week. Gamers attending the EGX Rezzed in London from March 12th – 14th can try out and win Razer peripherals on the Games of Glory stand. The following week, Games of Glory will host the online GoG March Mania Tournament. The tournament is open to everyone, and registrations have already opened. Prizes will include GoG merchandise, Razer keyboards, mice, and mouse mats.
“We’re excited to start developing Games of Glory’s eSport potential ” said Anders Larsson, studio founder, Lightbulb Crew. “Razer makes PC gaming products tailored to the highest levels of gamers, and we think our players will really appreciate that. ”
ESport is a part of the setting in Games of Glory, where teams fight in fast-paced arena battles as part of the futuristic sport in a sci-fi universe. Players interested in the March Mania tournament should create or join a Club in game, then register their clubs by visiting http://lightbulbcrew.fr/gamesofglory/march-mania. The Games of Glory alpha is open to everyone. Gamers interested in participating can download the game and create their free accounts by visiting http://alpha.games-of-glory.com.