Alienware Co-founder Frank Azor was interviewed by Jayesh Shinde of the India Times where he discusses Intel graphics, women in gaming, growing the gaming market and how Alienware defines success. Mr. Azor is optimistic that Intel will have a good product that fits into its place in the market. He thinks it is unreasonable to expect Intel to compete with the NVIDIA RTX 2080 Ti at launch. While he is tempering his expectations for the initial product launch, he does think that it would be great if Intel eventually does offer solutions in the high-end space. Frank Azor discussed how women are becoming more visible in gaming and the latest Alienware Legend product lines that are meant to appeal to them. He is passionate about Alienware supporting esports teams and fostering growth in the gaming market. We've helped build this (the gaming market) to what it is today. When we started, the gaming market wasn't even considered a market, it was considered a use case on the PC. And we've helped contribute to and participate in the incredible boom, that is the gaming market today. We've done that by focusing on growing the gaming market. And that being one of our principal focuses as we grow the gaming market. We know that what we do on the product side, we will gain our fair share. If we build the right products and we compete effectively, we will get our fair share. But I'd rather have my fair share of a billion than my fair share of a million, you know. I'd rather have 25% of a billion than 100% of a million.