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AOC partners with QDS Egypt

AOC partners with QDS Egypt


AOC partnered with QDS Egypt to increase its marketshare in the fast growing Gaming market in Egypt by offering latest AOC AGON and G-series of gaming monitors. According to Newzoo, the Egypt is one of the fastest growing markets in the Middle East Africa region and commands the largest share in African continent with the estimate market size of $293 million.

Sameh Gamal, Business Development Manager MEA at AOC.

Sameh Gamal, Business Development Manager MEA at AOC said, “Our partnership with QDS is a great step towards addressing the fast growing gaming market in Egypt and will also help us to expand our reach across the country.”

Sameh further adds that “Egypt is a key market for us and we will be running various awareness campaigns and we are also planning to officially launch our prime range of AOC Gaming monitors in the country. This partnership will provide us a platform to further expand our reach in Egypt and will bring us closer to our aim of establishing AOC as the leader in the Gaming market.”

QDS Egypt is one of the leading PC gaming component distributor in Egypt with a strong channel network across the country. The company has grown from a small operation in 2007 to full fledged distribution house servicing leading global gaming brands including ASUS, BIOSTAR, Corsair, AMD, Sapphire, ADATA among others.

Sherif Abdul Azim, Chairman at QDS Egypt

Sherif Abdul Azim, Chairman at QDS Egypt said “We always chose a strong brand in their domain to deliver the best quality and reliability products to let the Egyptian users reach the ultimate experience. We believe that it is our duty to offer the most satisfying products and after sales support to both our channel partners and to the gaming community in the country.”

Over the years, the distributor has managed to create a strong base of channel partners across the country and with its highly trained staff today it stands among the top distribution companies for the gaming products in Egypt.