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SteelSeries Heads Back To The World of Warcarft

SteelSeries Heads Back To The World of Warcarft

by Enis TezcanSeptember 26, 2012

Just in time for the launch of Blizzards latest expansion, Mists of Pandaria, SteelSeries is showcasing their newest QcK mousepads with artwork from the fourth expansion to World of Warcraft now for only $14.99 each!

Not only has SteelSeries released some new gear related to the Mists of Pandaria expansion, but they’re also reminding players of the SteelSeries MMO mouse line-up which has been designed and created personally with Blizzard Entertainment. From the original and first MMO mouse to hit the market to the latest World of Warcraft Legendary Edition Mouse and the upcoming wireless World of Warcraft mouse.

They have a variety of different gear for the hardcore player to get their sweaty palms on. Check out some of them below.

The World of Warcraft Wireless Gaming Mouse is going for $129.99. It’s not out just yet, but be the first to know when it lands in stores. If you’re interested, click on the link below to check out the specs and click “notify me” to know when you can grab it.

SteelSeries WoW Wireless Gaming Mouse

This bad boy features ergonomics and 11+ button layouts to the in-game integration, unlimited profiles and more. This mouse was built for the chaos of MMOs.

WoW MMO Gaming Mouse: Legendary Edition – $79.99

MMO Gaming Mouse: Cataclysm Edition – $99.99

World of Warcraft Wireless MMO Mouse

SteelSeries has just more than World of Warcraft gear; definitely check out everything they’ve got!

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Enis Tezcan
Enis Tezcan
Born and raised in the suburbs of Chicago, Illinois, Enis Tezcan was immediately introduced to the video game world at a young age. He started out playing Super Mario Brothers on his Nintendo for fun. Enis soon realized that video gaming was his passion when he was introduced to Halo in 2001. Not only did Enis love the challenge and competition behind the multiplayer, he also loved playing the single player campaign. Enis feels that the culture and story behind video games like Halo and Mass Effect is so inspiring through the creative aspect of the game. Enis now enjoys following the video game Creators through social media like Twitter, TGF, and IGN to get more in tuned with the culture. Now at the age of 28, he knows that there are endless possibilities for him in the video game industry and he looks forward to making his passion a career.