ZOTAC Announces First-Ever World of Warships Bundle for Indian Market

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ZOTAC has announced the launch of the first-ever bundle of World of Warships, the popular naval-warfare themed MMO from Wargaming, for the Indian market. Launched under the ZOTAC GAMING umbrella, ZOTAC’s gamer-focused movement, the bundle will give the region’s players on the World of Warships platform access to incredible value bundles featuring NVIDIA GPUs from the ZOTAC portfolio.

The special India bundle is available with all new purchases of the GT and GTX range of ZOTAC Gaming GPUs on both retail and e-commerce channels. Buyers will need to sign up for a new account on World of Warships to receive a code that they can then use to unlock a host of exciting benefits up to INR 2,250. They will also have access to ZOTAC’s comprehensive five-year extended warranty once they register the product online.

Here are the details for the bundle:

World of Warships Bundle details
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World of Warships is a team-based MMO action game featuring large scale naval battles with PvP, cooperative or competitive modes as well as historically inspired PvE scenarios and seasonal special events. Since its launch in 2015, World of Warships has added over 30 million registered players making it one of the most successful games in this genre in the world.

The bundle announcement comes off the tails of Wargaming’s India relaunch of the game where the company launched India-specific content for the war-based free to play MMO title. In addition to the content launch, the company also announced partnerships with leading players in the Indian gaming industry, including ZOTAC, ACT Fibernet, ANT Esports, and LG. 

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