Optic Gaming Win the CWL Stage 2 Playoffs

Finally, after four weeks of group stages and a weekend of playoffs, the top sixteen teams have boiled down to Optic Gaming who finished on top. It was an epic journey for the Greenwall who made a superb loser bracket run as we’ll walkthrough briefly now.  In short, it was an epic weekend of Call of Duty. Day one saw the expected progress of eUnited and OG through the winner’s bracket easily. What nobody expected was Team EnVyUs clutching a map 5 against Faze and Splyce getting absolutely smacked by Luminosity.  The second day then had the likes of Splyce, E6, Faze and Fnatic elimiminated. It will be noted that a 7-8th finish for the European side of Splyce is a severe fall from the side’s domination earlier this year. On the same day, eUnited managed to sweep OG into the loser’s bracket while nV did the same to Luminosity Gaming. Again, another upset for another squad such as LG. Championship Sunday consisted of just four teams, namely eUnited, nV, OG and LG. To claim victory, Optic Gaming would have to run through every single opponent; that’s exactly what they did.  Starting with LG, the boys in blue put on a poor show which didn’t replicate what they’ve accomplished before – sent home without winning a single map. Then came eUnited, the youngsters led by the emphatic “Clayster” thirsty to prove his worth on the new roster. The matchup was not for the faint of heart as it dragged to a game five SnD where OG clutched up to stop eUnited at a respectable 3rd place. Waiting at the grand final was an opponent nobody expected to be there, Team EnVyUs. With only one player having a positive k/d, “Slasher”, it was quite head-scratching to see such a hard carry until the grand final. Due to arriving form the loser’s bracket, Optic Gaming would have to win two BO5s to secure a victory; you can guess what happened.  Taking one map at a time, they closed out the first series in a 3-1 fashion. nV never really looked hungry for the win. The second series was exactly the same regarding scoreline, a cakewalk for OG. To finish off the tournament, “Formal” from Optic was crowned Astro Gaming’s MVP of the event while the draw for the CWL Championship was held after the dust settled. The Stage 2 Playoffs were proving grounds for many ahead of the largest event of the year. On top looks to be OG, but they weren’t perfect-especially when they were swept by eUnited. Call of Duty esports enthusiasts hold their breath in pure excitement for the next few weeks.

Razer Kraken Pro Neon Headset Review

Roughly two years ago, Razer introduced the Kraken Pro Neon Gaming Headset which endorsed the popular Kraken Pro with a lick of bright and vibrant colours. After such a while, the price tag has inevitably decreased, but has its quality done so too? Review time. To begin with, let’s discuss the unboxing. The headset is packaged in a transparent hard plastic mould wrapped half way by a cardboard cover which illustrates a few features of the product.  Unboxing was a rather annoying experience having all that hard plastic; thankfully there isn’t much to unbox. Apart from the headset itself having the undetectable 3.5mm jack is a manual, documentation, Razer stickers and a two part converter to connect to PC. This is an applauded addition by the company which will definitely come handy. When you’re done from the box just toss it, it was a nuisance trying to put everything back in. Now that that’s over, let’s check out the hardware. Of course, the first thing your eyes will catch is the loud neon colour which could either be blue, green, yellow, orange, ‘red’ or ‘purple’. The last two colours are a little off; the red looks quite pink and so does the purple. The colour is properly embraced with a matte finish that barely shows fingerprints. A modern, sleek and sharp look is sported by the headset. Feeling the product can easily show off how well built the headset is, the plastic sounds extremely reliable and all 13 adjustment teeth have a satisfying crack. The outside face of the ear cups have a black plastic mesh centred by the three snakes. Cushioning feels great due to thick and plush cushions followed by a fabric mesh at the head. Hinges are tough, allowing a collapsible form for extra portability. Also, tucked away at the bottom of the left cup is a retractable microphone which we’ll discuss later. Overall, a fantastic job by Razer regarding the build quality. However, how does it feel when worn? First of all, it’s extremely light, weighing a mere 293g including the wire. Putting it on is seamless and a pleasure. The outer shell of the earcup swivels vertically and the inner part horizontally – this ensures that your ears are covered. At 5cm of diameter, one’s ears cannot possibly be small enough to avoid contact with the cushioned cup, but it’s not a problem at all. Back to wearing the headset, the headband is remarkably flexible. As a reviewer, it must be confessed that at one point I forgot it was on my head completely. To conclude, the headset sits comfortably on the head with perhaps some room for improvement in the headband area – which does get the job done regardless. Upon reviewing this part, one notices the closed ear cup profile which Razer is going for; which is our next talking point. “A closed ear cup deign with plush circumaural padding creates superior sound isolation so you can focus on your game or conversation uninterrupted by outside noise.” The above was taken from the product page and we can confirm the above statement courageously. Thick foam does a superb job of blocking out ambient noise. In all honesty, for the price, it has outstanding sound isolation – we’ll keep it a surprise until the end. Of course, it’s irrelevant how well sound is isolated if it isn’t worth hearing, so is it? It really depends on what you intend to use it for. Regarding use, connectivity is pretty bareboned using wires and no form of wireless technology. The 1.3mm jack at the end of the 1.3m wire can connect to most smartphones, handhelds, consoles and many other things. Using the included adapter nicely adds another metre in length and compatibility with your personal computer or laptop. Connections are gold plated and audio is in the Stereo 2.0 format. Back to the use; gaming and bass heavy music is beautiful on this peripheral due to one hell of a bass for the price, explosions and beat drops are emphasised and strong. Yet, it will be said that the bass is overpowering at times. This is why listening to light bassed music, content creating and other audio may be unpleasant due to drowned highs and average mids. If one has some equalising software it’s adjustable, but it’s a shame you’ll have to equalise to achieve a better sound profile. Regarding volume, it doesn’t get louder than it needs to. One noticeable negative from listening to audio are sweaty ears thanks to the lack of ventilation from the closed design. The Razer Kraken Neon Pro sounds amazing for gaming and bass but not that great for much else. Gaming is what this headset is made for: time to check out if chatting is viable on this microphone. Pulling it out to the given 7 cm is done gently using a small amount of force. The black rubber chord submits willingly to whatever mould you choose to give it. Microphone quality is supreme for the price, having an above average clarity and commendable noice cancellation. Recorded sounds are converted into a unidirectional pick-up pattern. It’s a lovely microphone on the whole which makes up the “Pro” product compared to the standard one.  Portability is also what this headset was aiming at; it succeeds in this dimension to but is severely impaired by the undetectable cable. That pretty much wraps up the review, but there’s something to be mentioned first. Since the product has aged for a couple years, Razer has added a free Razer Surround Pro subscription code, worth around €20 to entice consumers. It’s not certain if this code may be found on all units; except all of those in the stock.  The software is fantastic to have and does a precise job of converting the stereo sound to 7.1 Virtual Surround Sound through heavy calibration on the PC.  Watch out for the sticker on the top face of the package because it really adds more value in general. Has the Razer Kraken Neon Pro aged like a fine wine or become tasteless like a fizzy drink? At, we believe the answer is the first one. Having outstanding build quality, bright looks, minimalistic design and an intense sound profile for gaming – it’s a strong effort by Razer. What makes everything appear that much more extraordinary is the €50 barrier between the headset and your head. Who it’s for: PC gamers who need portability and strong build quality Bass heads Budget gamers who are looking for comfort Those looking for a headset to connect with portable devices and look fantastic Consumers who need sound isolation Who it’s not for: Those who dislike neon colour Those who need surround sound PC gamers with a higher budget Need one? have you covered while stock lasts including a code for free to upgrade for the Razer Surround Pro from The Gamers Lounge :

EagleTree Finalises $525 million Stake over Corsair

Rumours of a potential buyout for Corsair have been spread for the past week, so what did happen wasn’t exactly a surprise.  As stated in the title, EagleTree Capital has officially bought a majority stake worth $525 million, a little more than the thought $500 million, and thus has part-ownership of the company. Andy Paul, the CEO of Corsair, who will remain at his post, is very much excited for the future of Corsair following the support of EagleTree. Below is a quoted statement: “We are excited about the opportunity to partner with EagleTree and leverage the team’s consumer products expertise to further accelerate our progress. We are very fortunate to have attracted such experienced investment partners. EagleTree’s backing will allow us to continue to focus first and foremost on our loyal and passionate customers, and accelerate our investment in innovation and new technology and products to enhance the quality experience that enthusiasts and gamers have come to expect from us.” Corsair was founded in 1994 and has grown exponentially from developing memory modules to producing some of the most sought after PC gaming equipment on the market today. The company’s success on the whole may be credited to the many minority stake holders the company has had and still does. For example, the previous majority stake was owned by Francisco Partners who definitely assisted heavily in Corsair’s global approach. When the deal is finalised in a few months, we can expect even greater things from the dominant PC company that Corsair is.  

Ozone Gaming partners with for the Malta Cyber Series #3

When it comes to esports, it’s not about what stage you’re on or how much prize you’re fighting for; but about the passion in each button press. Hardware development is similar in the fact that compassion matters, which is why Ozone Gaming are this article’s topic. As clearly stated in the heading, we’re proud to announce this partnership for the coming event. It’s fair to say that Ozone Gaming isn’t the most well-known brand out there compared to the resonating names of Razer and Corsair for example; however they certainly don’t lack the care and love for gaming. For those who don’t know, Ozone Gaming was founded eight years ago in Spain on the foundation of love for videogames and competition. Their mission is to nurture gaming by producing products, supporting teams and companies and having a voice for those who don’t.  The company claims the respectable title of “soldiers of the game”.  Returning to their products, Ozone Gaming has focused on PC peripherals considerably with mice, headsets, keyboards, mousepads and other accessories. If you’ve been in tune recently, you’d now that we’ve reviewed quite a few of their products with extreme excitement and gratitude. For the most part their hardware is great.  Thanks to the sponsorship, one can expect the mentioned products at the Malta Cyber Series #3, which will grant any competitors the best chance of success. is very grateful for Ozone’s love and dedication and we suggest to check their products here :

CWL Global Pro League Stage Two Playoff Preview

Finally, after four weeks of some tight group stage action across all four groups, the playoffs have finally arrived. Fighting for $500,000 at the MLG Arena in Colombus Ohio, which of the eight teams will rise to claim victory? It will be said, straight off the bat, that this is some of the closest and most dramatic competition we’ve seen recently. All eight teams are potential winners, but only one can lift the trophy on the 30th July, this Sunday after competing from Friday 28th. Namely, the squads are of eUnited, Enigma6, OpTic, Fnatic, Luminosity, Splyce, FaZe and EnVyUs. With such a list of names, the three favourites are probably OpTic, Luminosity and Splyce. Recently, doubts have begun to arise for the green team but they silenced these thoughts with an impeccable record through group stage. On the other hand, Luminosity and Splyce have made up the grand finalists of the past two events; and each of them has claimed one. Then there are FaZe and eUnited, two teams drowned in drama and rumours; it would be the sweetest thing in the world to see these two matchup at any time in the event. “Clayster” is as merciless as ever after being dropped. Nonetheless, both squads will be fighting to prove that the swap was for the better. Speaking of fighting, Enigma6 are a team to watch out for. This team has some of the most sophisticated strategies which have served them well in the group stages. Although they may not be favourites, such a squad cannot be ignored. The last couple of teams are Fnatic and EnVyUs. Fnatic haven’t had a great year but have succeeded the low expectations set for them. Yet, they have been known for giving top-tier teams a tough time in certain games. When it comes to having a bad year, nobody tops EnVyUs. Last year they were the best team in BO3 and thus took home the Championship. Unfortunately, they haven’t won a title since, not even a top 3 finish since CWL Vegas. EnVyUs really need to step their game up and try get back in the zone before this year’s Championship. As of now, only the first four matches have been placed into schedule. The most exciting one definitely being the encounter between Luminosity Gaming and Splyce once again. For all the coverage, streams and statistics; we recommend you check out Dexerto here:

PUBG Invitational Event To be Organised by ESL

ESL, an enormous esports company has a trained eye when it comes to spotting out potential competitive titles which are yet to grow. It was therefore no surprise to hear that one of 2017’s most popular games, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds will receive some love and an entrance into the competitive spectrum. The mentioned tournament will be held in Cologne Germany between the near dates of August 23rd and 26th. Participation is to be set on an invitational basis for 80 “of the world’s best PUBG players and influencers” – ESL’s words; perhaps we could see some social media icons or even Youtubers at this LAN. For whoever happens to get involved, there’s a heap of selection which will make for an even more engaging viewer experience. ESL has planned individual tournaments for Solo, Duo, first-person Duo and Squad modes for the single event. Here is an extract from an excited CEO, Ralf Reichert from ESL. “We’re thrilled to see PUBG enhancing its already amazing in-game experience with a competitive LAN component at gamescom. The game’s been a smash hit and its natural evolution into a competitive title has been incredibly exciting to watch. We’re looking forward to working with Bluehole on this, and many more events to come.” A relatively high prize pool, especially for a first event, has been set at $350,000 – but this may appear a little lower than the final number. This is due to a contributory basis as of August 3rd, when the community has the opportunity to purchase in-game items which will directly fund the prize pool further. Success is very much dependant on the enthusiasts who play it. Below is a statement from the VP and Executive Producer at Bluehole Inc., Chang Han Kim: “From very early on we knew that the success of PUBG was reliant on the passion of its community. We want to celebrate this by inviting 80 of the top players from around the world to compete in the first offline invitational. It’s been incredibly rewarding to see how quickly our community has grown, and can’t wait to hear about everyone’s experience this summer." Esports organisations such as TSM and Elevate are delighted with this news after already having a PUBG rosters in preparation for upcoming event such as this one. Having just sold around six million copies in four months of early access; PUBG is looking to be one hell of a game upon public release.

AOC Agon AG272FCX Monitor Review

When a monitor exceeds around 26 inches, most manufacturers will opt for a Quad HD display to ensure that pixels aren’t too visible. Yet, at 27”, AOC have created the AG272FCX which looks to combine 144Hz, a curved display and 1080p for an incredibly reasonable price. Has AOC struck gold with this recent product? Read on to learn more. To begin with, we’ll start with packaging and setup. Everything you pay for arrives in a very tough cardboard box which illustrates the fundamental selling points on the surface. Time to dig in. Lifting up the top flaps reveals a few diagrams which clearly demonstrate how to mount the stand if you wish; note that wall-mounting is an option. Below the flaps is an incredible amount of clever padding using thick Styrofoam and cardboard; AOC must be commended for how secure the product is. Attaching the screws to the stand and base is seamless – no need to be a carpenter. Just like that, it’s ready to use, but there’s so much more that’s included in the box. Cables consist of an audio cable, microphone cable, displayport cable, HDMI cable, USB Cable, Quick Switch Keypad and power cable. The amount of times the word “cable” was used shows how thoughtful AOC were when designing the packaging, while sorting all of them in little plastic bags of their own and arranged with zip ties. Not to forget the CD Driver which is optional thanks to online availability. Setting up and unboxing is a fantastic experience. Moving on to aesthetics, it looks amazing.  The front face is a powerful 27” of screen outlined by a frameless design around the top three sides with a defined chin at the bottom. Exact measurements are 597 by 336mm. It’s also quite slim, in turn needing an external power brick to supply the power. A red AGON logo sits at the centre between the sexy light strips – more on those later and has the only manual button directly under it. Checking the behind, it’s equally as attractive.  Four more strips of lights sit symmetrical to the bracket in the middle and create a glowing effect below a headphone stand to the top left. Now we can discuss the I/O. We’ll go from left to right.  First is a microphone in, audio in, a couple USB 3.0 out with fast charging and one USB 3,0 in. Next come two HDMI ports, a display port and VGA. The only connections left are the power line and a microphone out to the PC. Back to looks, the optional stand is brushed metal and looks phenomenal. It provides a total lean of 33 degrees and full swivel along with vertical adjustment. The stand even provides a small handle at the top to facilitate transportation. However, all these connections and physical additions are useless if the viewing experience is unsavoury, but is it? Of course not. AOC’s mission is to provide the best displays on the market using top notch technology and performance. At a native 16:9 display ratio, the MVA screen is a sight to behold due to many factors. A refresh rate of 144Hz makes the pixels fresher than ever with a snappy picture that dances in the 1800mm of glorious curvature. The matte display fights glare at all 178 degrees of viewing angle. It’s safe to say that media consumption and gaming becomes an immersive experience on the AG272FCX. Apart from immersion, there is also the sharpness of the images thanks to a 3000:1 contrast ratio and 50million:1 dynamic contrast ration. The only thing which is a small drawback is the input lag of 4ms, it’s still very fast but it may not satisfy serious gamers who are looking for a 1ms input lag.  Also, at 250 nits it doesn’t get too bright and full brightness was kept throughout usage.  With the voluptuous curvature, it’s a superb ergonomic experience. Before proceeding to the plethora of features, the pixels must be discussed first. At 27 inches, it’s unusual to use a 1080p on such a wide screen due to the pixels becoming much more visible. So are they visible? Yes, but in certain situations. If one enjoys gaming roughly 10 cm away from the screen; then the pixels are quite noticeable. Yet, on the other hand, if you prefer gaming laid back at around 30cm, then the pixels are invisible and not a nuisance at all. With that out of the way, let’s move on to the features and software on this beast. Beginning by naming the display features, there is Shadow Control; a fancy term for adjustable gamma. Then there is Game Colour which allows the gamer to load preset display settings for game genres and even create personal profiles too. Moving on to syncing, Adaptive Sync or Freesync favours AMD graphic cards in every frame. To lower strain, AOC has also implemented Flicker Free Technology and low blue light option. Making use of the large estate is Screen+, which creatively slices the creen into pieces for increased productivity. Physical features include lighting options of red, blue and green at various intensities. The final and extremely welcome addition is the internal speakers that provide acceptable linear audio to a surprising volume; this is always useful to have on a monitor but won’t be used too much by gamers and serious audio users. So how does AOC provide the means to access and toy with all the onboard settings? This is where the driver and Quick Switch Keypad come into play. Honestly, the downloaded or installed driver appears a tad old from its interface. External software such as Screen+ and eSaver which aren’t unique to this monitor are linked and easily downloadable. That’s all the driver is used for apart from directing oneself to the manual. After a careful read through it, use of the Quick Switch Keypad and the single manual button is possible but still a bit cumbersome. The manual button below the chin of the screen is wobbly and feels as if it’s ready to fall off, purposely designed like this so that it could be moved in different directions for movement and options. Remembering the designated button movements is easy enough after the first few times. Utilising the keypad is similar, requiring some memory too. Thankfully, everything is explained in the simplest of vocabularies to assist all consumers closely. Prior to finishing the review, a small gripe needs to be addressed. AOC is providing the three colour options so that the monitor can blend into different colour schemes easily. However, the red “AGON” text and the blue power buttons tend to throw of the homogeneity of the colours. It will be said that this is nitpicking at its finest. To summarise, the AOC Agon AG272FCX is tailor made for gamers who prefer the lower 1080p resolution to bump up frames per second. Being such a new product, just released this May, it’s packed with the highest quality technology and features to ensure that you’re comfortable at all times. Pros outweigh the cons severely, with only the pixel density forming a slight problem. For around €450, you may not be getting Quad HD yet you’re getting the whole package for 1080p gaming having perfect ergonomics and build quality. Who it’s for: PC gamers who prefer 1080p for higher framerates wand may also have a console to plug in Those who want the curved experience at a reasonable cost Gamers who want a great looking monitor with lighting Those who need 144Hz Who it’s not for: PC gamers who need less than 4ms input lag Those who’d rather spend the money on Quad HD. For more information and a specification sheet check out this link: If you're interested in purchasing AOC Gaming monitors, we suggest you to visit this link -

EvH Switch up LoL Roster

EvH had assembled their League of Legends squad just weeks ago, and changes have already rolled in. The organisation could only offer that this has occurred to “unforeseen issues”.  Leaving the squad is Jeremy “Fexi” Grech and Albert “Livingdream” Aquilina for whatever the reasons may be. Thankfully, EvH have found a couple of replacements in astonishing time in “Shadow” and “Zod”. Taking up the Support role is Matteo “Shadow” Mizzi with his preferred champions being Thresh, Braum and LuLu. This patch of darkness has been around ever since season 1 and had already joined the EvH roster before the team was launched. Joining the official squad now was only possible after he left another team as their captain; Matteo evidently believes that EvHLoL has a brighter future. Below are a few words from the player: “I feel honored to have been given this opportunity. Me and Zod have decided to take this step in order to take it to the next level.” Jake “Zod” Micallef will fill in the Marksman position and use Caitlyn, Jhin or Vayne in the process. Changing up the format of a team following departures and welcoming new faces may be quite demoralising for a team and oftentimes effects gameplay. EvH thought of that when they also signed coach Andre “Hutch” Agius who will catalyse the team’s reform and ensure that the engine is well oiled for all the upcoming events. wishes the best of luck to EvH’s new roster.

Ozone Strike Battle Tenkeyless Mechanical Keyboard Review

Less is more on this keyboard Looking for a portable keyboard to destroy the competition wherever you go? Ozone seems to provide the answer with the Strike Battle Tenkeyless Mechanical Keyboard. Time to investigate whether reducing size lessens quality elsewhere. Prior to even purchasing the item, one can learn a whole lot just by snooping around the informative little box. Whipping open the box reveals the keyboard covered in Styrofoam, awaiting an owner to claim it. A user manual and an Ozone sticker accompany the peripheral. On the whole, the unboxing experience is standard and the box is certainly sturdy enough to reduce shipping fatigue. Before we can continue the review, we must first establish what the term “tenkeyless” actually means. It’s nothing complicated; a keyboard which chops off the number pad to sport a smaller form factor. That said, the total 87 keys map an area of 351 by 123 mm; a very minimalistic aesthetic. The key font is the standard Ozone font, which rocks capitalisation and non-capitalised. Keyboard layout is available in a couple versions, either American or British, with the shift and enters keys affected. All MX keys, with a selection between red, blue, brown and black are directly planted into the backplate. This exposes the key cleavage which allows for a thickness of just 35m but makes cleaning a priority.  Regarding the black plate, its high quality brushed aluminium which does a fantastic job of keeping the build sturdy and reflecting the bright colours.  Ozone again adds selectivity with the choice of a red or black backplate. However, the housing below the backplate will always remain a glossy back plastic finish which is punctuated by the company name at the front face of the device. The underside hides the product information and is supported by a total of five rubber feet including a couple of optional legs. Onto user experience, complaints are minimal. The plastic matte keycaps do attract finger oils, yet nothing too serious. Returning to cleaning the keys, this was a seamless process since the greater exposure makes the keys very easy to remove. An ergonomic design facilitates long sessions at the desk and the 50 million keystroke lifespan grants a heavy reliability with each press. Yet, some people will need a wrist wrest to use due to the wrists having to lean back a bit. Gaming was a joy with this peripheral; you can tell that Ozone has oriented their approach on this peripheral to fast-paced gaming. From the keyboard itself, one can adjust the polling rate and input delay on the fly. Polling rate varies from 125Hz to 1000Hz and key effective time from 1 to 16 ms. Such a connection is possible with the gold plated USB tailed by 1.5m of braided cable. Yet, there is no internal cable management and no USB pass-through.  Continuing on gaming features, all keys have anti-ghosting and assignment capabilities.  Apart from that come macros, to be discussed soon, and the Game Mode shortcut. The mode shuts down the Windows key and disables WASD or the arrow keys as selected. Also, don’t forget about the full set of media keys above. Thus far, it looks like it has everything going for it, but now there’s still a driver to download and software to check out to unleash the backlighting. From Ozone’s website, the driver is easily located and downloaded quickly.  The ‘Main Control’ page allows one to switch between profiles and manage Macros. These may be edited and added on the ‘Macro Settings’ page and the Advanced Settings gives control over variables, windows key setting and light intensity.  From the pictures of the device, it’s easy to realise that red is the name of the game. All one can do is change sensitivity or create a pulsating effect, both can be done using the quick function from the keyboard. Here, Ozone could have been slightly more creative with the content; perhaps adding a fire effect or a wave of different brightness.  Having only one colour, the contrast and brightness was executed excellently, making it an even more attractive keyboard. Lock functions remain red when used and uncoloured when inactive, which may be annoying with just one key without light depending how selective one is. What you really need the software for are the macros. Creating them was extremely easy and nothing too difficult. Six macros over 5 profiles add up to a tally of 30 macros which should be more than enough for gaming. The thing is, you can only really use them for gaming when game mode is activated; so no passwords or emails can be saved since the WASD keys will be disabled which makes the experience awkward. All this customisation is stored on 64kb of internal memory. Portability is clearly the main theme of this product, and Ozone nearly achieves perfection. One can tell from the onboard storage, small form, light weight of 700g, intense utility and high quality build. The only thing that it needs is a detachable cable.  One thing I forgot to mention is the accessibility to the internals of the keyboard itself, having 4 screws to fix any problems.  The Ozone Strike Battle Tenkeyless keyboard is at the arguably the best keyboard in its category and must be considered for LANs, events or even taking it to a friend’s house. strongly recommends this keyboard for the upcoming Malta Cyber Series #3 coming up this September.  For only €90, it’s a super choice. Who it’s for; Gamers looking for a minimalistic keyboard without numpad Gamers with red colour as part of their setup Pros who need portability and utility Those gaming on the go Those looking for their money’s worth Who it’s not for; Those who desperately need RGB Those who need a numpad Gamers selective about colours in a setup Want to have the best portable gaming solution right now? Go over to The Gamers Lounge to pick up yours at the following link:

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