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HyperX have announced the HyperX Cloud gaming headset for PlayStation 4 and the Pulsefire FPS Pro RGB Gaming Mouse.
Dorna Sports has announced a multi-year global partnership with Lenovo as the exclusive technology sponsor of the MotoGP eSport Championship.
The Voxel Agents have announced the release date for their next puzzle-adventure game alongside a new Nintendo Switch version.
ASUS are adding to their 2018 gaming lineup with the new slimmer Zephyrus S and the beefier Strix Scar II.
After being leaked earlier this week, Blizzard have now officially announced plans to release a Nintendo Switch version of popular ARPG Diablo 3 later this year.
Throwdown Esports have announced that they have partnered with Predator to be the major sponsor of their new Esports tournament, the Predator PUBG OCE Open Series Powered by Throwdown Esports.
The World Electronic Sports Games will come to the PAX Arena stage at PAX Aus 2018, taking place from 26-28 October in Melbourne.
Sky has announced that a Ginx eSports TV pop-up channel will launch on August 13th as part of the Sky Starter Package.
Failbetter Games have announced that their acclaimed literary RPG Sunless Sea will be coming to PlayStation 4 players in the form of the new Zubmariner Edition.
Amelus Digital has announced that Heart 2 Game has undergone an expansion to its base service and now includes four expanded package options.
Speaking at this week's The Esports Conference in Sydney, a Telstra spokesperson has indicated the company is actively investigating the cloud gaming space.
Ninja Theory have announced that their popular and critically acclaimed action game Hellblade will be coming to VR this week.
Microsoft’s latest step towards making console gaming a more accessible and inclusive hobby even extends to the packaging involved.
Plantronics maintains its number one position in the gaming headset market in Australia, with a growth of 216 percent year-to-date, according to The NPD Group.
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