Thursday, November 8th 2012

SteelSeries Announces Retail Expansion in North America

SteelSeries, the leading global manufacturer of premium gaming peripherals, today announced its expansion and growth in North America with new retail and etail partners located and/or shipping in the U.S. and Canada. Consumers can now find select SteelSeries gaming audio, mice, keyboards, controllers and mousepads at the following new locations: h.h. gregg, EB Games Canada, Staples Canada, London Drug,,, Hastings, TigerDirect, and The Source.

SteelSeries' product categories that will be available from these new partners may include:

- Audio: PC, console and mobile gaming headsets
- Mice: Laser, optical and MMO gaming mice
- Keyboards: Mechanical, rubber-dome and illuminated gaming keyboards
- Controllers: PC and mobile gaming controllers
- Gaming mousepads with a variety of surface materials
- Licensed peripherals for blockbuster game titles including: World of Warcraft, Diablo III, Call of Duty: Black Ops II, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Portal 2, UFC, and more

"We are proud to partner with such respected channel partners. Consumer demand has been phenomenal, which is a testament to the growth of the SteelSeries brand and PC and mobile gaming categories," said Brian Stech, SteelSeries President of the Americas. "We are excited that consumers will now have more places and opportunities to experience our full line-up of products both in stores and online."

For a full list of North American retail and e-tail locations please visit the SteelSeries Where to Buy section on our web site.
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9 Comments on SteelSeries Announces Retail Expansion in North America

sweet, IF i were to buy SS products it makes it alot easier as there are Staples, EB games and The Source all located close to me :D
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I want them in Staples USA so I can get my discount :(
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I might get a new mouse from them.
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They've already been at Best Buy and Newegg for a couple years now.
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erocker said:
They've already been at Best Buy and Newegg for a couple years now.
thats not walking distance close though :p
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awesome, more stores to price match with :)
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This is good.
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Finally, time to get some decent items that isn't from Razer. YUS!
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