- Secretlab has partnered with Warner Bros. Consumer Products and DC Comics to release a commemorative Batman gaming chair.
- The limited edition, Dark Knight-branded chairs will be available in both Secretlab OMEGA and TITAN models.
- The partnership is one of many Secretlab has made in the last month, including Riot Games, deadmau5, and Dele Alli.
Gaming chair brand Secretlab has revealed limited-edition “Dark Knight” chairs to commemorate the 80th anniversary of DC’s Batman comics. The chairs are being offered through a partnership with DC and Warner Bros. Consumer Products.
The Dark Knight edition chairs will be available in both Secretlab OMEGA and TITAN models and sold directly through Secretlab’s website. The Batman symbol has been embroidered on each chair, as well as black suede accents to match the famous super hero’s aesthetic.
“To create a chair worthy of superheroes, we took inspiration from the greatest of them all—Batman, a name synonymous with the pursuit of excellence and familiar to every household in the world,” said Ian Alexander Ang, co-founder and CEO of Secretlab in a release. “We then engineered a chair for a high-performance sitting experience, worthy of even the Dark Knight himself, using top-of-the-line materials, high-precision engineering, and a stunning design—exactly how each award-winning Secretlab chair is built. ”
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The gaming chair brand is active in the esports community, providing chairs for Riot Games’ League of Legends Championship Series (LCS), Mid-Season Invitational, All-Star Event, and World Championship. Secretlab also partnered with OGN to provide 100 gaming chairs for battle royale competitions inside its Super Arena.
Secretlab is the official chair sponsor for a number of esports teams including Cloud9, Team Secret, and Tribe Gaming. Custom chairs have also been made for Chinese esports org Newbee Gaming.
In August 2018, Secretlab, along with Razer and Alienware , became a sponsor of Malaysian airline AirAsia for its employee esports team, the AirAsia Allstars Esports Club.