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Samsung KX collaborates with LDN UTD to bring the ultimate gaming event, All Access Gaming

All Access Gaming Event poster

Samsung KX has announced the launch of its gaming event, All Access Gaming, which will take place on the 13th of November. The gaming event will be organized in partnership with the London-based eSports group, LDN UTD, which aims to integrate gaming and eSports with social issues and a healthy lifestyle.

Head of Marketing at Samsung KX, Ashrita Seshadri stated:

We’re really excited to be supporting All Access Gaming in partnership with LDN UTD and the Mayor of London at Samsung KX. As a hub for innovation, we showcase how to use technology as a force for good and we’re proud to bring together a gaming community of like-minded people to showcase and educate the benefits of health and wellbeing within eSports. This is another one of our great skill-sharing events to help Londoners and beyond improve their skills and nurture their passions.

At Samsung KX, guests will be able to watch pro gamers such as ITANI, Maria, also known as Ria Bish, and Connor Ball of The Vamps compete against each other in a variety of games. The gaming sessions at the event will display the Samsung CRG9 Dual-QHD Curved Monitor for an ultra-wide aspect ratio.

Tickets for the gaming event will also allow guests to be a part of the event panel discussion and join Samsung KX event hosts Elle Osili-Wood and Chelcee Grimes in company with LDN UTD's team members as they discuss the experiences of the pro gamers with gaming. At the event, guests will also be able to watch Haber and Sunpi as they talk about their personal journeys.

Guests will be able to join the event, which will begin at 4 pm and end at 8 pm, free of charge. By signing up to watch the gaming event live on the Samsung KX website, enthusiasts will also be able to participate virtually.

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