Monday, November 9th 2020

Take Your Game to The Next Level - CORSAIR Acquires Gamer Sensei

CORSAIR, a world leader in high-performance gaming peripherals and enthusiast components, is pleased to announce it has acquired Gamer Sensei, the world's biggest esports coaching platform. Founded in 2016, Gamer Sensei connects gamers of all skill levels, from rookies to aspiring professionals, with experienced coaches who are more than just top gamers - they're great teachers.

Ranging from professional gamers, both past, and present, to gamers who have climbed the ranks to the very top of their games, Gamer Sensei coaches combine the skills to succeed at the highest level of games, with a patient, tailored and flexible approach to help you improve your in-game performance. Whether you're learning the ropes, climbing the ranks, or polishing your skills to the highest level, Gamer Sensei coaches provide personalized assessments and 1-on-1 coaching for more than 20 of today's most popular games, from League of Legends and DOTA 2 to Fortnite and Call of Duty: Warzone.
Gamer Sensei is the largest esports coaching platform with more than 100,000 gamers coached so far, offering the widest choice in coaches and games for players looking to take their game to the next level. For aspiring coaches, Gamer Sensei offers a safe and stable platform to turn your passion into a profession, putting you in control of your available hours and coaching format.

"We're excited to add another market-leading brand to our gaming portfolio. CORSAIR is committed to equipping gamers with the best gaming gear and helping them get to play at their best too," said Andy Paul, Founder, and CEO of CORSAIR. "With the addition of Gamer Sensei to the CORSAIR family, and our recent partnership with Pipeline, we're providing our customers with the coaching and training they need to succeed, whether they're gaming, streaming, or both."

"We are delighted to join forces with CORSAIR, who share similar DNA to GamerSensei with regards to innovation, performance and experience. CORSAIR has the operational scale that will allow us to introduce the Gamer Sensei learning platform to an even larger audience, attract both new coaches and students, and help more gamers than ever to take their game to the next level." said Joshua Hilton, President of Gamer Sensei."

Gamer Sensei will become a subsidiary brand within CORSAIR, joining Elgato, ORIGIN PC, and SCUF Gaming.

For more information on Gamer Sensei, please visit: www.gamersensei.com/
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13 Comments on Take Your Game to The Next Level - CORSAIR Acquires Gamer Sensei

#1
CrAsHnBuRnXp
Never heard of Gamer Sensei before. But I have a feeling were going to be hearing a lot more of it.
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#2
bonehead123
Hummmm.....Notice how there is NO mention of how much $$ this "caoching" service is gonna cost ????

Is this like those stupid streaming game services (here's looking at you STADIA), where you pay thru the nose for the "rights" to play online games BUT only thru their servers/systems....???

Ummmm no thanks..:kookoo: ..:mad:..:cry:..:mad:
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#3
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
I guess they gotta broaden their horizons any way they can....
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#6
X71200
Want to win in warzom? Buff the meta guns as much as possible in the main game and only stick with that of your loadout, camp as much as possible regardless of what - while keeping track of the circle. If the circle falls down in a house, just get inside to a toilet and wait there all day as long as your loot is good. Then obviously use the circle to your advantage, kill couple dudes, try to win. Rinse wash repeat. Kill them pink Maras, then sleep good at night. There, free coaching.
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#7
bonehead123
X71200
Want to win in warzom? Buff the meta guns as much as possible in the main game and only stick with that of your loadout, camp as much as possible regardless of what - while keeping track of the circle. If the circle falls down in a house, just get inside to a toilet and wait there all day as long as your loot is good. Then obviously use the circle to your advantage, kill couple dudes, try to win. Rinse wash repeat. Kill them pink Maras, then sleep good at night. There, free coaching.
Sorry, gobbleygook gammer gibberish no comprende' :D
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#8
thesmokingman
So stupid...

They shoulda fixed their dram modules or i dunno fix their damn keyboards so they use standard spacebar/alt keys.
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#9
VSG
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thesmokingman
So stupid...

They shoulda fixed their dram modules or i dunno fix their damn keyboards so they use standard spacebar/alt keys.
Their new mechanical keyboards (K100, K60) all use a standard bottom row spacing.
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#10
Gmr_Chick
Dear lord...please tell me this isn't actually a Thing?! Gaming coaches, are you f$#king kidding me?! :roll: :kookoo: :banghead:

I've been gaming all my life, and back in the day, you just kept playing the game in order to get better at it -- practice makes perfect and all that -- no "game coaches" to speak of. :rockout:

Geez, what a racket.
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#11
X71200
Yes, it sadly is. There are Discords where this is done, professionally and unprofessionally. They have 1 on 1 voice lines specifically for this.

There are also services you pay to play games with your opposite gender. Mind boggling isn't it...
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#12
Vayra86
bonehead123
Hummmm.....Notice how there is NO mention of how much $$ this "caoching" service is gonna cost ????

Is this like those stupid streaming game services (here's looking at you STADIA), where you pay thru the nose for the "rights" to play online games BUT only thru their servers/systems....???

Ummmm no thanks..:kookoo: ..:mad:..:cry:..:mad:
Its just a 'Work Spot' sort of service that aggregates people who can do something and offers it up for people who need something.

Pretty much like 99% of the internet trade these days.
Gmr_Chick
Dear lord...please tell me this isn't actually a Thing?! Gaming coaches, are you f$#king kidding me?! :roll: :kookoo: :banghead:

I've been gaming all my life, and back in the day, you just kept playing the game in order to get better at it -- practice makes perfect and all that -- no "game coaches" to speak of. :rockout:

Geez, what a racket.
I've been close to 'coaches' and coaching in my time and you can rest assured there is a market of needy people and a market of people who are smart enough to teach them something. Or two things. Or a whole new lifestyle.
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#13
robot zombie
I misread the title as saying "Gamer Senpai". That hit different.
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