Play like a champion
If you can’t beat them, join them. When the winners of the Intel Extreme Masters, ESL One, ESL CS:GO Pro League, ESL Challenger and DreamHack Dream League use an Intel CPU, you’d be silly not to.
The proof is in the processor.
With two types of cores to split the workload and help blow the ceiling off performance, no wonder the biggest competitions in esports are powered by Intel CPUs. So, if you want to play like a champion, use a championchip.