On March 30th, an online launching ceremony was held for the Premium Gaming Performance Alliance. Organized by TÜV Rheinland Group (“TÜV Rheinland”) and co-organized by the National Institute of Metrology of China (NIM) and Basemark, the Premium Gaming Performance Alliance will connect game makers, hardware manufacturers, and equipment producers so they can develop standards for esports products.
“End users mainly consider three factors, namely performance, user experience, and cost-effectiveness, when they choose gaming equipment,” said Jay Yang, Vice President of TÜV Rheinland Greater China Electrical. “By virtue of the premium gaming performance standards and certifications, gaming performance evaluation will become transparent, which will help consumers choose gaming devices that provide better performance and user experiences.”
The Premium Gaming Performance Alliance will work to successively release standards for notebook screens, monitors, TVs, computers, virtual reality, augmented reality, and mixed reality-related products. It will also work with the upstream and downstream segments of the market chain to verify gaming performance requirements and regulations.
(All information was provided by PR Newswire)