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SK Gaming and Thermaltake Team Up For The Ultimate Gaming Experience

Thermaltake is looking back at more than 10 years of experience in the business of power supplies and cases. Established under the name Thermaltake Technology in January 1999, the brand has ever since been dominating the market under the“Thermaltake brand name. Thermaltake call themselves “an expert in creating exciting things and fascinating environment for gamers and enthusiasts”, and to prove this expertise to SK Gaming, the players, but most importantly to you – the community, Thermaltake has joined the SK partner lineup for 2010. Our players are looking forward to their support in power supply utilities and cases, and so should you.

Grace Huang, Director at Thermaltake, points out: “As Thermaltake has been committed to the gaming community for many years already, we are happy to announce our official partnership with the international multi-gaming organization SK Gaming. We are looking forward to a close cooperation that will certainly also have its positive impact onto the gaming community as a whole.”
“We know Thermaltake are the best at what they are doing, that’s why we pushed strongly for this partnership to happen this year. Players, both professional and recreational, know how important it is to have an accurate gaming mouse, great and precise sound, or even a frictionless mousepad, however, some tend to forget that without a reliable power supply unit, none of these things would matter. We are happy having found the best supplier on the market to team up with us, and to help making 2010 a great year for Thermaltake and SK Gaming.” says Alexander Müller.

Taipei, Taiwan November 22, 2010 –Tt eSPORTS, the world’s leading professional gaming gear division by Thermaltake has unveiled their new keyboard the CHALLENGER Ultimate, a gaming keyboard created for MMORPG and RTS gamers to rule your kingdom with your own style.

Enjoy the dark atmosphere but execute accurate shots, it’s the only way to take down the enemies. With the Wizard 256 back light design, 4 levels of illumination design that simulates all time true-to-life gaming ambience that can match any mood, the CHALLENGER Ultimate also provides up to 14 Macro keys capability to be one step ahead of their competitors. With 64KB on board memory in 5 game profiles and 70 Marco keys, plus anti-ghosting capability, gamers are given that extra boost of confidence to win. Tt eSPORTS is not only the leading gaming gear provider, but they are always focused on adding that something extra. With 2 extra built-in USB ports, audio jacks for Mic. in and SP out, Gold-plated USB connector are convenient features that enhance the gaming actions.

There is no doubt this is a top-notch choice for anyone who is desperately looking for amazing happens.

The world’s first exclusive cooling fan
illumination gaming keyboard
4 levels of illumination design simulates all
time true-to-life gaming atmosphere
Provides up to 64KB on board memory in 5
game profiles and 70 macro keys
Innovative customization GUI to bring your joy
of gaming achievement


Counted out from the start out the tournament, Loaded.Black plowed their way through the competition during the group stage. Winning every single match, Loaded.Black was 6-0 with a perfect record. Moving into the double elimination bracket on Championship Sunday, Loaded.Black continued their dominance, blowing by fnatic with ease in the first round and cleaning up Complexity.Red by training Sodah, their druid, three games in a row.
Moving into the Grand Final, Loaded would face off against Complexity.Red once again as they moved their way back from the lower bracket. The best of ten series would start out with a 3-1 advantage in favor of Loaded because of their previous encounter.
Complexity.Red would play RMP for the first time at the tournament in the mirror match and win the first map on Nagrand Arena. Loaded.Black came back strong in the second game on the same map and took out Reckful. Ring of Valor would be the third map and Loaded changed their strategy as they would focus on Sodah, the healer, instead of the rogue. In the fourth map both rogues were dropped to really low health, but Satz went down before Reckful and Complexity.Red would take it. Sodah would end up staying alive with 50hp during the fifth game where coL turned the pressure onto Loaded and dropped Satz to win the game.  During the last game, Loaded.Black rode Sodah on Dalaran Arena, allowing Loaded to close out MLG Columbus as the champions.
The team, and everyone here at Loaded would like to give a huge thanks to the sponsors and supporters of Loaded for making this possible. Thermaltake, Sapphire, Split Reason, Eoreality, and most importantly, our fans! Check our site often for content and insight from all your favorite loaded players!
1) Loaded.Black – $9000
2) coL.Red – $4500
3) fnatic – $2250

Tt eSPORTS “MAX” it out in France this weekend

Tt eSPORTS attended MaxLAN in Epinal, France this weekend. This was a highly competitive LAN event with an attendance of over 750 competitors. Maxlan had some exciting tournaments to offer the gamers in attendance and none bigger than the Starcraft 2 Tournament, which was sponsored by Tt eSPORTS.

The Starcraft 2 tournament was being hosted on our very own Tt eSPORTS constructed stage where some of the big names from the European Starcraft 2 scene were attending, such as SarenS and Tarson which meant the visitors were able to see some amazing Starcraft 2 action during the Tt eSPORTS Tournament at Maxlan.

Tt eSPORTS also had a stand at the event, which hosted a 3 machine live demo area where on display were our full range of gaming headsets, the SHOCK, SHOCK Spin and the SHOCK One as well as the Black, Black Element and Azurues gaming mice.

The Tt eSPORTS product range was on display all weekend and open for any of the Maxlan visitors to the booth to test our products and get the opportunity to get a feel for what the rest of the world are going crazy for!

The Tt eSPORTS Starcraft 2 tournament was always going to be very exciting as the maximum of 80 players signed up and fought through the brackets looking to take home the huge prize pool of 2000€ for 1st place.

The tournament and the crowds that followed the competition didn’t disappoint as the Tt eSPORTS stage was full throughout the whole Maxlan event and a big congratulations to Swedish player Faton “Lalush” Rekathati who was victorious and took home the 2000€ prize fund. The event also saw Tt eSPORTS very own French sponsored team eLogic.Tt compete in the Call of Duty 4 and Counter-Strike: Source tournaments where they finished 5th and 3rd respectively, so congratulations to all the team on achieving some great results at Maxlan.

Thanks to everyone who visited the Tt eSPORTS booth and watched the Tt eSPORTS Starcraft 2 French Global Challenge at Maxlan or on the live streams and we look forward to seeing you all again soon! Aurevoir!!