SteelSeries Evil Geniuses range of gaming peripherals announced

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SteelSeries continues to cast their net on the gaming marking, where the fastest growing major PC gaming headset brand in the US has just announced that they have a brand new range of tournament-ready products that has seen the hand of Evil Geniuses in it, who happen to be their elite e-sport partner. Evil Geniuses is a legend of the times, having pocketed more tournament prize money compared to any other e-sport organization in the world, and to have them approve of this latest branded gaming peripherals is a hallmark of excellence that the average Joe and Jane can aspire to.

With having more than 15 years of SteelSeries esport experience, your gaming rig is never going to be the same again if you would like to step into the shoes of these legends. Why not outfit your next gaming session with an Arctis headset that has a custom-designed Arctis headband, in addition to the Evil Geniuses limited editions of the M500 Keyboard with Cherry MX Red keys, a custom-tuned Rival 300 and a QcK+ mousepad?

The Rival 300 Evil Geniuses Edition will be based on SteelSeries’ most famous mouse used in e-sports, sporting a guaranteed 30-million click rating as well as an e-sports-focused ergonomic design. It relies on a Pixart PMW3310 optical sensor, half a dozen programmable buttons and lights up with prism RGB illumination to get the job done.

As for the limited-edition Apex M500 Evil Geniuses keyboard, this bad boy comes with Cherry MX Red switches for ultra-fast clicks and double taps, full anti-ghosting, and plays nice with the SteelSeries Engine. Last but not least, the gaming mousepad is not overlooked with the QcK+ Evil Geniuses Edition, having a near frictionless surface that delivers unmatched tracking accuracy. Expect the Evil Geniuses Signature Line to be available now, with the limited-editions of Rival 300 going for $59.99, $99.99 for the Apex M500 and $19.99 for the QcK+.

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