TNC and Acer Predator Open Biggest Cyber Cafe in Southeast Asia in Cebu City
TNC, one of the Philippines’ fastest-growing cyber cafe franchises, in partnership with premium gaming brand Acer Predator officially opened on March 7, 2020 the TNC Cebu Headquarters – the largest cybercafe in Southeast Asia.
TNC Cebu Headquarters (HQ)
The TNC Cebu cybercafe is located at the corner of Pelaez Street and Sanciangko Street (across the main campus of the University of San Carlos). Just minutes away from some of the city’s biggest universities, the 3-story cybercafe is unlike anything you’ve ever seen before. Officially called the TNC Cebu Headquarters (HQ), the cybercafe houses a total of 408 Predator units. Predator is a trusted product series when it comes to PC gaming. This series promises users truly memorable and rewarding gaming experience.
Biggest Cybercafe in Southeast Asia
The second floor or the MAIN level has around 300 Orion 3000 gaming PC units.
Each set-up ensures that gamers always get the best gaming experience they could ask for.
The third floor, on the other hand, has 108 Orion 5000 gaming PC units.
Each set-up is also paired with a comfortable gaming seat.
The members of the TNC Predator Team played a quick game before the ribbon-cutting ceremony.
A VVIP Section can accommodate only 4 units on each side.
An al alfresco bar allows guests to take a quick break from all the gaming.
Present during the ribbon-cutting and opening ceremonies were some of the country’s top gaming influencers. The members of the multi-awarded TNC Predator team were also present.
Also in attendance were the top executives of both Acer Philippines and TNC Cyber Cafe. The executives teased that this development is just a start of better and bigger future collaborations between the two gaming powerhouses.
The opening of the 408-unit cybercafe is a huge win for Cebuano PC gamers. Cebuano gamers are now given a reliable and suitable community that helps even the playing field. The TNC Cebu HQ also allows local players to train and succeed against players from other countries.