Gigabyte is Exclusive World of Tanks Motherboard Partner

/ 5 years ago

Gigabyte Wargaming board

The first pictures of Gigabyte’s World of Tanks themed Z170 motherboard already showed up prior to the official release and now we learn that Gigabyte is the exclusive partner for World of Tanks motherboards. World of Tanks is a massive multiplayer online game where, you guessed it, you battle it out with tanks. The game has over 110 million registered users and holds the Guinness World Record of 1,114,222 simultaneous players on one single server.

The Gigabyte Z170X-Gaming 3 is the first motherboard with the WoT theme and it also comes with some in-game goodies for the ones purchasing it. World of Tanks players in the EU and CIS area that purchase one of these motherboards will find a leaflet inside the box with a bonus code, an invite code, and unspecified exclusive perks.

Gigabyte also has some bonuses for those who purchased the better Z170 motherboards in the same area (EU, CIS), namely the GIGABYTE Z170X-Gaming 5 motherboard or a Z170X-Gaming 7 motherboard. These aren’t for World of Tanks, but for World of Warships instead. Users who purchase these boards will get an invite code to give them access to a Diana Russian Premium Cruiser, a Tier II Port slot, 7 days of Premium membership, and 500 signal flags (currency).

Gigabyte Wargaming

If you’d like to check out all the details on the three Wargaming partner motherboards from GIGABYTE, then you can do that at the official product pages for the Z170X-Gaming 3Z170X-Gaming 5, and Z170X-Gaming 7.

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