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GameSir to showcase top mobile gaming controller innovations in two premier Las Vegas tech events

Dubai, UAE – 4 January 2023: GameSir, a leading provider of innovative, high-quality gaming peripherals, is all geared up for two of the world’s premier tech gatherings happening this month in Las Vegas, the Pepcom’s Digital Experience! and the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES). Pepcom’s event will take place on January 4, 2023 while CES will be staged on January 5-8, 2023.

In both extravaganzas, GameSir will showcase three of its leading innovations: the wired and customizable G7 controller for Xbox and PC; X2 Pro mobile gaming controller; and X3 Type-C, a wired controller and cooler rolled into one device.

“Both events are ideal global venues for us to put the spotlight anew on our cutting-edge mobile gaming controllers. We will take the opportunity to display our controllers’ sleek designs and modern features, as well as demonstrate how they can level up the users’ gaming experience. Additionally, GameSir will bring to the fore its role in reshaping the future of the global gaming peripheral market amid the ever-evolving needs and demands of gamers of all ages,” said Leon, Marketing & Sales Director, GameSir.

X2 Pro delivers a top-notch mobile gaming experience that goes beyond a console. This clamp-style mobile controller lets users play their favorite PC and console games from the cloud anytime, anywhere. It also supports nearly all popular cloud gaming services such as Xbox Cloud Gaming (Beta) with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, Stadia, NVIDIA GeForce Now and Amazon Luna.

G7 is another GameSir innovation that provides a hyper-realistic, optimized and seamless gaming experience. This device leads the way in restyling the Xbox and PC gaming setup. It features exclusive swappable paint-friendly faceplates to allow users to paint and customize the controller without taking it apart.

Finally, is the X3 Type-C. This device promises a console-like experience while simultaneously preventing the overheating of phones. With a 4000 mm² cooling area and a 7-blade fan for superior airflow, it can efficiently cool down a user’s phone once plugged in. It is designed to set the tone for the next-gen mobile gaming ecosystem.

GameSir’s participation comes amid increasing global demand for gaming products. According to a report posted to ResearchAndMarkets.com, the gaming accessories market is projected to reach USD 14,396.40 million by 2030 from USD 6,133.5 million in 2021.

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