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Ride or die: Check out these Secretlab gaming chairs inspired by Team Liquid

Secretlab Team Liquid Wide
Secretlab Team Liquid Wide (Image credit: Secretlab)

What you need to know

  • Secretlab announced the Team Liquid editions of its TITAN and OMEGA gaming chairs.
  • The chairs have designs inspired by Team Liquid, including the esports team's logo, color, and motto.
  • Secretlab and Team Liquid will host a "CHAIR-ity" stream in May as part of their partnership.

Secretlab announced the Team Liquid editions of the Secretlab OMEGA and Secretlab TITAN gaming chairs. The chairs feature elements inspired by Team Liquid, including the horse logo of the esports team, the team's new motto "Ride or Die," and the team's navy blue color. Secretlab did not share pricing details at the time of publication.

Team Liquid was originally a Starcraft clan and has been on the esports scene for 20 years. They now play League of Legends, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Fortnite, Dota 2, Super Smash Bros Melee, and other titles. The team has several championships and was the 2019 Esports Organization of the Year. Team Liquid has earned more than $35 million, making them the highest-grossing esports team in the world.

In addition to releasing the gaming chairs, Team Liquid and Secretlab will host a "CHAIR-ity" stream as part of their partnership in May. More details will be revealed closer to the event, but a portion of the proceeds will be donated to charity.

There are two versions of the Team Liquid gaming chairs, the TITAN and OMEGA gaming chairs from Secretlab's 2020 series. We reviewed the gaming chairs recently and were very impressed. Our news editor, Dan Thorp-Lancaster, said of the chairs, "Small refinements make an already extremely comfortable series of chairs even more delightful." The Team Liquid editions of the chairs should be identical apart from cosmetic differences.

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