Caribserve Video X Games officially announced

The Video X Games Foundation announced on Tuesday that Caribserve has come on board as title sponsor of the event, making it possible for the Video X Games (VxG) to produce the world class international gaming tournament that the foundation has envisioned for many years . The event is slated for July 13 to the 15 and will feature gamers from various parts of the world who come to experience high level competitive gaming with St. Maarten as their venue. 

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With a cash sponsorship of US $12,000 in addition to marketing and telecommunications support, Caribserve has secured itself as presenting sponsor, and henceforth the event will be known as the Caribserve 4G Video X Games.

"We are so pleased to have UTS/Caribserve at the helm of this event. We could think of no better company on the island to work with us to bring this event not only the gamers of St. Maarten, but to gamers around the world," said the foundation’s President Jeff Oliver, "We know that when UTS partners with any event, it only leads to success. So my team and I are very excited about having them on board. I would sincerely like to thank the entire marketing team of UTS, as well as the rest of UTS management, for understanding the potential this event has for becoming THE event of the Summer."
UTS staff presented a check to the Video X Games staff yesterday at UTS, as some avid gamers looked on. "We are very proud to be the presenting sponsor of this event," said Ivy Lambert, Marketing and Communications officer at UTS, as she presented the VxG team with their check, "we immediately wanted to be involved when we were first presented with this event. The partnership is a logical choice, as Caribserve 4g is just the technology gamers on the island need in order to compete with gamers around the world."

The VxG Foundation has many more announcements to make regarding the July event in the coming weeks. As the only organization in the Caribbean to bring together all the best video game players in the region and the world to compete against one another, the Video X-Games has made its name in the local and regional gaming community as the most highly anticipated annual video gaming event since its inception in 2002. The last edition of Video X Games attracted a record 250 participants, with over 50 of those from abroad.