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Few areas in gaming are growing as quickly as esports. Competitive gaming is a global, multi-million dollar industry, with players becoming stars and teams attracting thousands of fans – and with products and merchandise to match.
If you’re a fan one the world’s best esports teams – or just want the gear that the professionals rely on – then don’t look beyond Overclockers UK. We’ve partnered with top teams to sell the best merchandise, and we also stock world-class gear that can take your gaming to the next level.
Team FNATIC is one of the world’s biggest and most successful gaming squads, with notable victories in League of Legends, Overwatch, DOTA 2, CS:GO and more than two million followers on social media.
It’s no surprise, then, that the team is sponsored by big names like AMD, MSI, Twitch, Ballistix and Monster Energy. It’s also no surprise that this team has one of the best ranges of gear on the market.
The top-notch performance and sponsor line-up is paired with a huge line-up of impressive gaming peripherals. One linchpin of the FNATIC range is the Rush Pro gaming keyboard, which serves up five profiles, an LED backlight and robust design that’s perfect for intense gaming and frequent travel. It’s also available with four kinds of mechanical switch, all from the keyboard experts at Cherry, and prices range from £69.95 to £89.99.
That’s not all – FNATIC has a range of high-quality gaming mice available, too. The £44.99 Flick G1 is an ambidextrous unit with an optical sensor, an ergonomic design and an elevated cord to reduce drag. The Clutch is pricier, at £59.99, but it justifies the extra cost with RGB lighting, a pro-grade optical sensor and custom profiles.
Team FNATIC is known for its quality apparel. The official team jersey costs £44.99 and isn’t just ideal for showing off your allegiance – the high-quality polyester is extra-breathable, fast-drying, and lightweight. We also love the FNATIC Black Collection hoodie, which has subtle FNATIC designs and extreme comfort levels for £84.95 – a great deal for a garment that’ll last for years.
We also stock FNATIC t-shirts, beanies, backpacks and baseball caps, so you can support your favourite team no matter the weather.
Penta Upped Aggression
German squad Penta is an up-and-coming team that’s found success in a varied selection of games, from CS: GO and Hearthstone to FIFA, Rocket League and Rainbow Six: Siege.
The Berlin-based team has amassed a solid selection of sponsors, including PC heavyweights like Asus, Intel and Corsair, and the firm sells a wide range of official gear, from team jerseys to hoodies, headsets and chairs.
Penta’s association with companies like Corsair means there are incredible products available if you’d like to show your support. A rodent like the Corsair Scimitar is designed for MOBA and MMO play and is used by the professionals thanks to its 12,000dpi sensor, twelve buttons and customisable lighting. It costs £79.99, and it’s the perfect peripheral for improving your gameplay and is used by the professionals.
Despite its light-hearted name, Ninjas in Pyjamas is one of the biggest and oldest professional gaming teams around. The Scandinavian squad emerged as a force in Counter-Strike at the turn of the millennium, and the team still has an exceptional CS: GO squad today – alongside top teams in Overwatch and DOTA 2.
The team counts Asus ROG and Netgear among its sponsors, and uses gear from top-tier peripheral firm Xtrfy.
The squad’s partnership with Xtrfy means you can buy some impressive Ninjas in Pyjamas gaming gear. We’ve got a range of gaming surfaces that start at £12.95 and top out at £34.99 for a large model, and Xtrfy gaming keyboards like the Xtrfy XG1-R-LED-UK dominate with CherryMX Red switches, dedicated macro keys, detachable cables and incredible backlighting for a tempting £123.95.
Quake in your Boots
Few teams have the global reach of SK Gaming, which has been winning tournaments in North America, Europe and Asia since its formation in 1997. The group began as a Quake clan, and quickly expanded to Counter-Strike – and then became the first esports group to sign players to contracts.
Now SK Gaming competes on several fronts, with top-class teams in CS: GO, Hearthstone, World of Warcraft and Vainglory, and it counts VISA, Intel and HyperX as sponsors.
SK’s partnership with HyperX means being able to buy the same gear used by the pros – including some incredible HyperX headsets. The Revolver creates depth and precision with its wide audio range and has a studio-grade sound stage, and it’s comfortable thanks to memory foam, premium leatherette and a sturdy steel frame. It’s been used on the big stage by the top players, and now it’s yours for £94.99.
PC Gone Mad
The world’s best esports teams wouldn’t have got anywhere without high-quality gear behind them – and that’s where Overclockers UK comes in. We stock the UK's biggest range of PCs, components and peripherals, so you’ll be covered no matter your budget or needs.
The Harbinger SF is a stunning small-form-factor machine that’s ideal for carrying to LAN events – and it’s IEM-certified, which means it can be used in the Intel Extreme Masters World Championships.
This esports rocket has a Core i5-7500 processor, an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 graphics card and an 128GB SSD, so you can be sure it’ll tackle any current title – and its £879.95 price means it’s affordable too.
That’s not the only stunner in the Harbinger range. The Harbinger XSV is another IEM-certified box, but this time you get an overclocked Core i7 processor, a GTX 1080 graphics card, more storage and better memory – and inside of a traditional tower chassis. It costs £1,999.99, and it’ll blow away the competition now and for years to come.
Our Titan machines serve up similar levels of hardware but with more customisation in every department, so check out the Bayonet, Osprey and Gladius if you’d like to build a bespoke system.
It’s no good having a top PC and great peripherals – and a rubbish chair. An uncomfortable seat can ruin a gaming experience or just make you not want to play at all, and that’s no good for competitive gaming.
As ever, though, Overclockers UK has you covered. We stock an extensive range of gaming chairs, with top-quality options from brands like Nitro Concepts, Noblechairs and Vertagear.
We love the noblechairs EPIC series, which raises the bar with 100% faux leather, high-precision manufacturing and loads of adjustment options, including 360-degree rotation and a sturdy steel frame. Two velvet pillows are included, the freshly-moulded cold foam delivers optimal cooling, and the entire chair looks fantastic, with smart patterns and logos. It costs £299.99, but there aren’t many more comfortable ways to play the latest games.
The Nitro Concepts C80 is a more affordable £144.95 and still delivers an incredible experience: this unit has cold-foam design, artificial leather upholstery and a carbon-look pattern across many of its surfaces, and it has sturdy rocking and lifting mechanisms – perfect for getting the perfect position for gaming in comfort.
The final piece of our esports puzzle is one of the most vital: monitors. Having a high-quality screen is vital for competitive gaming, because refresh rates and fast input speeds can mean the difference between a win and a loss – and between thousands of pounds in prize money.
The Overclockers UK range runs the gamut, from affordable 24in 1080p screens to expensive 4K and widescreen panels.
BenQ makes some of the best entry-level gaming monitors thanks to its Zowie brand. The XL2411 is a stunner: for just £299.99 you get a 1080p screen with 144Hz refresh rates, motion blur reduction technology and flicker-free technology alongside height adjustment and smart scaling, so it’s perfect for a burgeoning gaming career.
Dell’s panels take a step up to the mid-range. The S2716DG is a 27in panel with a 1440p resolution and Nvidia G-Sync, which guarantees butter-smooth gaming. It’s got the all-important 144Hz refresh rate, too, alongside a 1ms response time and USB 3. It’ll cost you £599.99, but it’ll last for years.
The keenest gamers can break the bank with a screen like the Asus Predator X34A, It’s a stunning 34in widescreen with a 3,440 x 1,440 resolution, Nvidia G-Sync, Dolby sound and a peak 100Hz refresh rate. It costs £899.99, but don’t be put off – this is one of the world’s best monitors.
Esports have never been bigger, and it’s never been easier to start following your favourite games, teams and players. If you’re a fan looking for the best gear, a new player or even an experienced pro who wants the next big competitive edge, head to our website – we’ve got every big of equipment you could need alongside the expertise required to hit the high-score tables.
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