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Logitech buys Astro Gaming for $85 Million

Logitech acquired Astro Gaming for 85 Million in cash on Tuesday July 11th 2017. Logitech has a huge amount of peripherals in the PC market and with this acquisition of Astro Gaming they will be put in a nice spot to rule the console market as well. Astro Gaming has been making various ranges of mostly console gaming headsets mainly the Astro A40 TR. Joining the team on Logitech G which is known for their PC gaming products such as mechanical keyboards, mice, headsets, and simulator gear. This should be a very good move since both of these companies are leaders in both the PC and Console market and both have a lot of products in the Esports communities. DSC07343-e1499813018238

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Will the Next Xbox Experience Overtake PlayStation 4 Next Gen?

Where is the industry headed in the Next Generation of gaming? How will this generation end? What strategies will the “Big 3” take over to them from this generation and what new ones will they employ going forward? RealGamerNewz tackles these issues and more in a larger-than-life podcast consisting of 3 parts. Crank it up while you’re getting your game on or while you hide from your boss at work.

We will also get into the detailed debate over whether or not Microsoft can overtake Sony in the Next Generation as the complete market leader. In addition to this we discuss what Sony and Microsoft need to do to improve their game plan going into the future. Welcome to the “Where Is The Industry Headed?” Podcast.

Will it be the PlayStation 4 or The Next Xbox Experience? Who will claim the throne?

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Editor’s Note: RealGamerNewZ has moved web servers, some older posts can no longer be commented on and have been preserved without their images. Thank you for your understanding in this matter. This article was written by Jon Ireson on 20111113 and was last modified on 20111113 .