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Turtle Beach Partners with FaZe Clan


In its second eSports partnership of the year, Turtle Beach has partnered with professional eSports organization – FaZe Clan. FaZe Clan, one of the largest eSports and gaming entertainment brands, is now using Turtle Beach’s Elite Pro Tournament Gaming Headset, Elite Pro Tactical Audio Controller (T.A.C.) and other Elite Pro accessories as the team’s official audio gear of choice. This is according to a Press Release from the company.

Additionally, FaZe Clan (as well as Turtle Beach’s other partner, OpTic Gaming) will be competing in this weekend’s Call of Duty MLG Anaheim Open, and those attending the tournament who visit the Turtle Beach Booth will be able to meet members of the teams. Fans will also have the opportunity to experience the Elite Pro first-hand, win prizes and more. The event will be held at the Anaheim Convention Center on June 10-12, 2016. The tournament will feature over 100 amateur and pro teams competing head-to-head in Call of Duty: Black Ops III on PlayStation 4 for a prize pool of $100 thousand. For ticket information visit the official MLG Anaheim website.

According to a statement from Juergen Stark, CEO of Turtle Beach Corporation, “… The Elite Pro Launches this weekend on June 12th, so the timing of FaZe and OpTic’s participation at MLG Anaheim aligns perfectly, and we wish both teams the best of luck.” Accessories for the device will also launch on the same date.

Another statement from FaZe Clan CEO Thomas “Temperrr” Oliveira added, “We’ve been exploring options for a gaming audio partner for a while now, and Turtle Beach’s Elite Pro simply blew us away when they brought it out to show both our Call of Duty and Counter Strike: Global Offensive teams.

For more information on the Turtle Beach Elite Pro Tournament Gaming Headset, Elite Pro T.A.C. and Elite Pro accessories, visit their website.


Eli Smith is a writer with a strong love for the video games industry originally from Alliance, Nebraska. One day he hopes to make a career out of Video Game Journalism. Until that day he does it in his spare time as a volunteer. He's had experience on a student newspaper, radio, and YouTube.

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