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SteelSeries Acquires Ideazon In An Asset Transaction

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The leading manufacturer of innovative professional gaming gear, SteelSeries, today announced its acquisition of certain assets in Ideazon, Inc., the North American-based developer and manufacturer of gaming peripherals and technologies. This acquisition further strengthens SteelSeries' peripheral technology and will help expand the company's broad support within the gaming community.


“SteelSeries has brought together two rapidly growing companies in the gaming space, making SteelSeries one of the fastest-growing gaming peripherals manufacturers globally," said Bruce Hawver, CEO of SteelSeries. “No other organization works as closely with both gamers, and now software creators, in order to create arguably the most responsive gaming products in the world, optimized for gamers' preferences, as well as specific gaming publishers and specific titles."

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Hmm... This could be interesting. Ideazone had great software for configuring keyboards but their hardware seemed like it was a generation behind (not bad just not current). Wonder if SteelSeries will implement that software?