We got game.
From 5G to E3, see why Verizon is the home for gamers.
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Are you a gamer? Before you answer, know that even if the extent of your online gaming is crossword puzzles, you’re still technically a gamer.
Either way, you’ll want to watch today’s Up To Speed, as hosts Raquel Wilson and Matt Fiedler share how the power of 5G is transforming gaming. The speeds, low latency and capacity of Verizon’s superior 5G network have huge implications for developers, esports teams and fans, and Verizon is working with best-in-class partners to unlock the potential.
Join Diego and Nicki at E3.
That’s why we’re so excited for next week and Verizon’s leading role in E3, the premiere event for computer and video games and related products attended by top gaming publishers, developers and hardware companies.
Tune in on Monday, June 14, at 12 PM ET/9 AM PT to watch Verizon’s first E3 keynote to see how 5G is impacting the future of gaming. Chief Marketing Officer Diego Scotti and Chief Product Development Officer Nicki Palmer will be joined by Riot Games, Dignitas and Team Liquid during the keynote presentation where they will be making several announcements.
Watch on the E3 portal or E3’s YT or Twitch livestream. Next Monday, it’s game on!
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