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Licensed Xbox Controllers Get Elite Overhaul

Scuf Gaming has presented its latest addition to the gaming market for Microsoft's Xbox One and PC.

License Global

May 24, 2019

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Microsoft licensed Scuf Gaming's intellectual property when it built the original Xbox One Elite controller in 2015 and has now brought the new SCUF Prestige to the market in collaboration with the international gaming company.

“We created the category for high-performance gaming controllers almost a decade ago, and our vision was for all controllers of the future to include back functions and trigger control mechanisms,” says Duncan Ironmonger, founder and chief executive officer, Scuf Gaming. “Fast forward to where we are today; it is very humbling to see how large the professional gaming controller market and esports industry have become. With SCUF Prestige, we’ve not only built on our institutional knowledge but have listened to the Xbox community and incorporated new features to deliver what we believe is the best Xbox controller experience to date.”

Designed for comfort and customization for both competitive and casual gaming, the Prestige controller incorporates embedded lithium-ion battery, ergonomic back panels, interchangeable faceplate and integrated high-performance grip.

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