The Revolt was released in 2013 and has consistently been one of our best-selling signature systems, embraced by pro and casual gamers alike. The new Revolt focuses on improving power, performance and control by rethinking the gaming desktop design from the ground up. We were inspired to create a PC that highlighted the most important components in a gaming rig, and allowed customers to create a PC that’s as unique as they are. We chose to lead the revolt against the standard, the generic, the boring, and instead forge a new path.
Mad Catz R.A.T. mice have a long history with PC gamers. If you’ve used a R.A.T. mouse you know it is unlike anything else out there, yet many people overlook these mice and I’m not sure why. Some people have told me they don’t choose these mice because they don’t look like they would be comfortable, yet they have never used them. Every R.A.T. mouse that I’ve used not only has been comfortable, but extremely functional. Mad Catz recently released two new R.A.T. mice, the PRO X and the PRO S. Today we will be taking a look at the PRO S which features a PixArt PMW3310 5000 DPI optical sensor, 8 programmable buttons, and an adjustable palm rest. The PRO S is designed to be a tournament mouse to it is also very lightweight. Let’s get to gaming and see what the PRO S is all about!
The growth of eSports over the past few years has been nothing but astounding. According to a new report from the researchers at SuperData, the global eSports business could reach a total value of almost 2 billion by 2018!
This week on our Weekly Tech Podcast we talk about our review of the Gigabyte Z170X-Gaming G1 motherboard, the launch of the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950, more Skylake platform details, eSports & more!
The Electronic Sports League (ESL) wants to crack down on the use of recreational performance-enhancing drugs (PEDs) used by its competitors at its events. Many of you might see this as a joke, but the ESL has one goal in mind and that is to legitimize eSports worldwide.
eSports has grown tremendously over the past few years! With tens of millions of players in games like League of Legends and DOTA2 and tournaments with prizes ranging in the millions eSports seems like it is here to stay this time. Even if you are a huge supporter of eSports you wouldn’t think that it would make its way to the high school classroom, but it has in Sweden.
Unikrn (#unikrn), a gaming (#gaming) and eSports (#esports) company, today announced it has raised an additional $7 million from an all-star group of investors led by Jonathan Teo and Justin Caldbeck of Binary Capital, who are known for early investing in companies such as Twitter, Snapchat, Instagram, Whisper, Taskrabbit and more.
This week on our Weekly Tech Podcast we talk about all of the AMD GPU news that came out this week, NVIDIA’s SHIELD console, a badass Gigabyte motherboard, the popularity of eSports and how much streamers make & more!
eSports has grown massively over the past couple of years and game streaming keeps on getting more popular as well. There are many people who make a comfortable living from streaming. How much do they make? Masters degree student Efe Karakus is currently “focusing on human-computer interaction and data mining” and has combined Twitch.tv subscriptions with advertisements and an educated prediction to give the public an insight into how much these streamers really make.
This week on our Weekly Tech Podcast we talk about all of the AMD APU and CPU leaks this week, how eSports is getting huge, a new eSports betting website, two new PC cases that came out, some NVIDIA tips, and more!
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