IKEA and ASUS ROG: when even the furniture is gamer-proof

IKEA and ASUS ROG: when even the furniture is gamer-proof

The growing popularity of video games such as “League of Legends” and others, has meant that even the Swedish company specializing in the sale of cheap furniture has thought about the needs of the most passionate gamers, in tandem with ASUS ROG. The furniture, in addition to the components, therefore becomes a primary aspect to guarantee the best gaming experiences

IKEA, a historic multinational of furnishings and accessories for the home – now present with outlets in major Italian cities – has always been attentive to the evolution of consumer trends, consequently proposing innovative solutions with respect to the main market trends.

The new IKEA line is getting closer and closer to the needs of the game

So here, as anticipated, it arrives a new line entirely dedicated to home gamers, capable of integrating, in about 30 devices, the simple design – typical of the Nordic company – with the practicality of use of users / buyers.

Like? Thanks, this time, toagreed with Republic of Gamers (ROG) di ASUS– important interlocutor in the sector -.

The proposal, currently under development, whose realization will see its debut – according to rumors – in China, in February 2021, stems from the need to make the homes of gamers more and more functional to the practice of the game, thanks also to the advice of the same gamers, interviewed during the workshops dedicated to the project.

Technology, which has always been at the center of the gaming experience

After all, video game enthusiasts need a smart and comfortable environment around them, as well as adequate technical equipment.

Just think of the world of sports simulators, which in recent years have grown by more than 30 percentage points, and widespread among all generations.

Esports, in particular, among which the now famous League of Legends stands out, are therefore the fulcrum of new sector partnerships and technical experiments, complete with dedicated products.

Consider, for example, a NVIDIA, with its brand new G-SYNC monitors, designed to guarantee maximum fluidity, with a refresh that reaches 360 Hz.

The LOL legend: between the partnership with Cisco Systems and the one with Bose

However, it is above all what makes people talk about themselves and attracts the attention of the various operators in the hardware and software infrastructure sector LoL, aka League of Legends, the well-known MOBA game by Riot Games.

The LoL addict, moreover, are very numerous (there were 60 million spectators of the 2017 Lol World Championship), and esports tournaments have been fully included among the Olympic sports as well as in the schedule of operators and bookmakers, including non-specialized ones. , complete with promotions such as the SNAI bonus code, and constantly updated odds on the World Championship.

So here are the latest company agreements signed on the subject, starting with the 2021 world championships, so Cisco Systems will set up Remote Broadcast Centers (RBCs) precisely where the challenges will be held, in order to significantly improve the performance of the Net, to the benefit of the players and also of the large audience of fans.

Even Bose Corporation, specialized in the marketing of audio devices, has recently signed an agreement with the League of Legends team – thus becoming the official partner of “Worlds 2020” (held in Shanghai, until 31 October). All this just at the same time as market launch of QuietComfort 35 II Gaming Headset, earphone device particularly attentive to the control of noises, both active and passive.

in the meantime the “Kishi Universal Gaming Controller” of Razer space is made in the sector, also opening up to the iOS world, to enhance gaming experiences also on games titles – free or paid – available on the App Store or Apple Arcade, inspired by the functionality of consoles.

All that remains is to follow the news of the sector, which seem full of promise for gamers.

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