LUCIDSOUND PARTNERS WITH ESTV ESPORTS NETWORK AS OFFICIAL HEADSET SPONSOR

LucidSound, the fastest growing gaming headset brand designed for the gaming lifestyle, announced today a new partnership with ESTV, as the official headset partner for first ever dedicated channel for esports  and gaming personalities. The partnership kicks off with ESTV’s Battle of Branches that will be hosted on October 5, at Joint Base Lewis McChord in Washington State, where all prize packages will include a variety of LucidSound headsets.

“ESTV is all about high performance eSports athletes which aligns perfectly with our advanced headset technology,” said, Chris Von Huben, CEO, LucidSound. “Our design and control scheme centers around performance and comfort, something very important to esports competitors, making this partnership a natural fit for the LucidSound brand.”

LucidSound recently announced their product lineup for Holiday 2019, with its latest headset the Rose Gold LS35X ($179.99), an Xbox Wireless headset available exclusively in Best Buy stores nationwide. LucidSound also has its chat gaming headset, the LS1 ($24.99) and its stereo gaming headset the LS10 ($59.99) coming to Target in October.

“As a channel dedicated to esports it is very important for us to use the best quality products so that players can focus on the competition, and I love that LucidSound creates headsets that seamlessly mesh style with comfort, functionality and performance,” says, Ahman Green, director of business development for ESTV. “We are excited for this partnership that will continue to bring fans a great experience watching, playing and listening to videogames.”

ESTV provides round the clock coverage of esports athletes and gaming franchises from an insider perspective. ESTV’s coverage of hardcore gaming, competitive gaming, casual mainstream gaming, events, and syndicated late night is seen around the world. Catch the latest broadcast at: estv.co/

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