Tuesday, June 10th 2014

Logitech Joins Forces with Top eSports Teams Around the Globe

Logitech, a leading innovator of gaming peripherals, today underscored the company's strong commitment to eSports with the announcement of a roster of top professional gaming organizations from around the globe that use Logitech G hardware to dominate in competitive gameplay.

The teams using Logitech G gear include Alliance in Sweden and Germany, CJ Entus in Korea, DetonatioN in Japan, Invictus Gaming in China, mYinsanity in Switzerland, XCN in Indonesia and Cloud 9, Hammer Time and Team SoloMid in the U.S. In addition to inspiring new products and providing early feedback on products before they come to market, these teams use a mix of Logitech G hardware including headsets, mice, keyboards and mouse pads whenever they play and make appearances on behalf of Logitech G throughout the year.

"The teams on our roster are the best in the world and need gear that can perform at their level - that's why the alliances we've struck make so much sense," said Ehtisham Rabbani, general manager of the Logitech gaming business. "We believe in eSports and the industry's certain future as the next mainstream sports obsession. We're proud to work alongside these world-class athletes making that future a reality."

"With support from Logitech G, we've taken our play to a whole new level," said Andy Dinh, owner, Team SoloMid. "We chose to work with Logitech G because they have the same passion and commitment to excellence that we do. It's a true collaboration and our whole team has benefited."

To learn more about the eSports teams that Logitech sponsors, and to follow the players as they compete in World of Tanks, Dota 2, League of Legends, StarCraft II and other eSports tournaments around the world, please visit www.facebook.com/logitechgaming and follow @LogitechG.
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4 Comments on Logitech Joins Forces with Top eSports Teams Around the Globe

#1
Chaitanya
They should first improve quality of products and then concentrate on bringing better products to market before shelling out on teams. :shadedshu:

I am not going to buy another logitech gaming product in my life ever again. Switched to Roccat recently and I am not regretting my decision.
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INSTG8R
by: Chaitanya
They should first improve quality of products and then concentrate on bringing better products to market before shelling out on teams. :shadedshu:

I am not going to buy another logitech gaming product in my life ever again. Switched to Roccat recently and I am not regretting my decision.
What is wrong with the quality? I had a G15 "original blue" I bought when it was released that works/worked right up until about 6 months ago I broke it(tore the LCD ribbon when I was cleaning it) Easily 6yrs or more of flawless use. I have a G5 also bought when released still works just fine. I currently have a G500 and G19 no issues there either. I also have a G25 that I have had since it was released and have put 100's of hours of driving on it and everything works perfectly.
I want to hear more about improving quality....
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#3
remixedcat
All my Logitechs have been excellent.

I have:

G502,G700,G500,G105,K740, K400, M185,LX3,LX3,TrackMan marble,Trackman marble,Marble Mouse,X530,G35,UE350Vi,UE350Vm,H390
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#4
Fourstaff
That is quite a big list of Dota 2 teams I see. The International 2014 coming up too
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