With 2.5 billion gamers worldwide, it is hard for Swedish flat pack furniture giant, IKEA, to ignore this humongous pie. Like Herman Miller, they, too, wants a piece of the action and also like Herman Miller, IKEA isn’t diving in it alone – they have a partner.
Eyewear-wearing gamers who find their glasses are getting in the way of the gaming headphones, may want to check out these eyewear born out of a collaboration between Oakley and gaming headphones maker, Turtle Beach. This new partnership pairs Turtle Beach’s expertise in creating glasses-friendly gaming headsets with Oakley’s optics.
PC gamers who are adamant about gaming on the couch will want this interesting gaming accessory from gaming hardware company nerdytec called Couchmaster Cycon2.
Never mind if you didn’t hear good things from the very anticipated, now-launched Cyberpunk 2077 video game because, the Secretlab Cyberpunk 2077 Edition Gaming Chair looks totally dope anyways.
Anyone who is in the market for an upmarket gaming chair will be glad to know that the purveyor of high-end office furniture and equipment, Herman Miller, has more than Embody to offer.
You know how some office workers are afflicted with carpal tunnel syndrome with the prolong use of mouse? Well, pro-gamers and esports athletes aren’t spared from strain injuries either. But a Flashe Gaming Group, a Sweden gaming accessories maker, aims to change with Flashes Xsleeve Esports Arm Compression Sleeve.
For a company that has almost all aspect of gaming covered – from the basics like keyboard and mouse to microphone to energy drinks, you could say the Razer Iskur Gaming Chair is long overdue.
The unlikely, but exciting collaboration between upmarket furniture brand Herman Miller and Logitech’s gaming arm of PC peripherals, Logitech G, we read about back in February now has a few products for you to get your hands on.
There’s a reason why board games are sometime called tabletop games. Because, they are supposed to be played on table, but that does not mean you can’t elevate your board game a little. And elevate the Level Up Modular Board Game Platform will do and it in a very literal way.
Jammy Co., Ltd., brand owner of Workson and a licensee of many properties in Japan, including the hugely popular Evangelion, has revealed that it will be introducing a line of Evangelion-inspired gaming hardware. The Evangelion gaming hardware will be marketed under a new Evangelion esports brand e: PROJECT.