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Submitted by AssassinTRIP 324d ago | interview

Gunnar Optiks Interview with Curtis Silver

"Amidst the slew of playable demos, special guest panels and game tournaments at PAX hides a smaller group of company advertisers trying to endorse their products by connecting them to gaming. Whether it be eye drops or energy drinks, every company there insists that they have what you need to keep you playing at your best. For the most part this is all marketing bullshit. You don’t need an energy drink that tastes like horse sweat to play League of Legends nor is it detrimental to your performance to game without a light up controller. But the folks over at Gunnar Optiks have taken a different approach. Not only does their product work and prove itself beneficial to your well-being, but they don’t embellish their presence in the gaming world. They appeal to those who actually need to stare at screens all day be you a gamer, graphic artist, security guard or the like." - Alex Cabral of Geekenstein.com (Culture, Gunnar Optiks)

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