Mobile chips giant Qualcomm has partnered with the Guiness Book of World Record at this year’s E3 for Snapdragon Gaming World Record Challenge that will challenge 50 gamers for a straight 26 hours of casual tablet gaming.
The Guiness World Record for the Longest Mobile Gaming Marathon on a Tablet took place on E3 2012 at Los Angeles Convention Center. The record breaking event was held to promote Qualcomm’s mobile processor with a AT&T Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 running a Snapdragon processor. The players will be playing Gameloft’s GT Racing: Motor Academy, Sega’s Virtual Tennis, NAMCO Bandai’s Galaga: Special Edition, Fruit Ninja and Glu’s Blood&Glory, and that’s more or less 26-hour of finger-tapping, tilting, slashing, chopping and dodging.
Qualcomm’s SnapDragon processors have been running multiple platforms of mobile devices and as the trend for casual or hardcore mobile gaming –the search for efficient and fast mobile processors intensifies. The company has a distinctive history of mobile processors which most of the industry largest manufacturers utilizes such the skyrocketing Samsung’s Galaxy line, HTCs, LGs, Motorola, Asus and other known mobile makers.
And finally the two day gaming event went successful with a winner Chula Vista’s Efren Ballestamon taking home $20,000 as well as a Samsung Galaxy Tab. There’s also a second and third place winners which also had their prizes on-hand.
Now if you’re eying to join on Qualcomm’s next event probably you’ll have to wait for the next E3 convention, now what do you think will the company will try to beat by then?
This post is sponsored by Qualcomm.