Opera has announced that its gaming browser, Opera GX, has won the Red Dot Award, which Opera depicts as “one of the world’s most prestigious design awards“.
“Opera GX launched during the E3 gaming convention in Los Angeles to much acclaim from the press and gamers alike. Now it is also receiving professional recognition in the form of one of the world’s most prestigious design awards: the Red Dot,” the company said.
Opera GX is custom fitted to the particular needs of those of who mess around on your PCs. It gives you a chance to control your PC’s CPU and memory utilization to make your gaming and streaming smoother.
It additionally highlights Twitch integration, a game-inspired design and various customization options.
The Red Dot Award was given to Opera after a global jury evaluated a sum of 8,697 entries more than a few days. After the consultation time frame, the jury chose to grant Opera GX the Red Dot Award in the Interface and User Experience Design category.
Opera GX is a great deal like the typical Opera browser, however accompanies a vigorously upgraded theme with customization color choices to make it fit better with gaming style.
Professor Dr. Peter Zec, founder, and CEO of the Red Dot Award, explains that “For around 65 years, the Red Dot Award as one of the world’s largest design competitions has been providing a platform for designers, agencies and companies to evaluate good design. I want to congratulate the laureates sincerely on their distinction, which both bears testimony to their convincing performance and highlights their quality and design leadership. Anyone who succeeds in such a strong and international bunch of competitors deserves to be proud of themselves and of their achievements.”
The gaming browser has just been downloaded more than 1 million times since it was launched in the early access program in June. The last version of Opera GX is set for release not long from now.