Logitech G has signed a multi-year exclusive deal with Riot Games that will see the manufacturer of computer peripherals and software create a line of officially licensed League of Legends products. First up for Logitech G will be a line of products inspired by the look and feel surrounding K/DA, the virtual girl musical performance group created by Riot.
According to Logitech, the initial product launch will feature a K/DA line of gaming peripherals that include the Logitech G733 gaming headset, the Logitech G304/G305 gaming mouse, the G840 gaming mousepad and the exclusive Logitech G333 League of Legends gaming in-ear headset, complete with “co-designed coloring, images and branding.”
Logitech is particularly focused on its Logitech G733 Lightspeed Wireless RGB Gaming Headset which comes in four colors and is being billed as the “most comfortable headsets Logitech G has ever designed.” Additionally, the newly announced G333 headset will be the first offering of an “in-ear headset” ever by Logitech.
The main marketing pushes for the G304/G305 LIGHTSPEED Wireless Gaming Mouse revolve around the speed of the mouse sensor and the fact it only weighs 3.5 ounces.
Logitech has also created the G840 XL Gaming Mouse Pad, which measures 35 in. by 16 in. One of the larger mouse pads in existence, it will be used to create a line of pads with custom K/DA artwork.
K/DA is a virtual singing (anime/cartoon) group that was invented in 2018 and first performed at the 2018 League of Legends World Championship Opening Ceremony. The group consists of five characters from the actual League of Legends game itself which includes Ahri (voiced by Cho Mi-yeon), Akali (voiced by Jeon So-yeon), Evelynn (voiced by Madison Beer), Kai’Sa (voiced by Jaira Burns), and Seraphine (voiced by Lexie Liu).
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