Leading the next generation of OLED TVs innovation, LG Electronics (LG), the world leader in OLED TVs, has continued to raise the bar in delivering LG OLED models that offer new art-inspired GX Gallery series, CX and classic Real 8K models. These sets of OLED TVs are TV meets the most powerful console games like Xbox Series X etc. According to Mr. Mike Ahn, General Manager, Home Entertainment, TV Division, LG Electronics West Africa, LG is offering the latest OLED TVs specs for gaming and cinema experience in the market today.
“At LG, we understand that frame rates can often change throughout a game. If a TV can’t match these changes, you get image tearing and blurring. That’s why LG OLED TVs support Variable Refresh Rate (VRR) and Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM), and are certified as HDMI 2.1 — reducing motion blur with fast motion transitions and seamless gameplay up to 120fps, and at the highest resolution”, he explained.
The South Korean company was the first TV manufacturer in the world to introduce HDMI 2.1 features to TVs with wider support. It pioneered the feature last year, and this year the company states every LG 2021 OLED TV comes with ALLM and eARC, and most models will also support VRR. LG Electronics, to promote the company as a brand known for providing innovative products globally, started the OLED Gaming Competition in 2018 all over the country during the last World Cup, driving E-Sports development in Nigeria.
In 2019, regional tournaments were held across Lagos, Abuja, Port Harcourt and Ibadan with the grand finale in Lagos. The 1st phase of the 2020/21 championship started in November 2020 with cities such as Lagos, Ibadan, Port Harcourt and Abuja producing a winner each and will engage each other in the grand finale in Lagos. While the 2nd phase of the championship involving cities such as Owerri, Warri and Port Harcourt have commenced