Misfits Matrix

UK-based esports organization Misfits Gaming Group has announced a new partnership with Matrix Keyboards. This collaboration will bring customized keycaps, boards, and switches to each Misfits player. Matrix hopes to provide players with unique tools that align with the team’s brand identity.

Matrix and Misfits

In an official statement, Misfits shared the news about their newest provider. The custom keyboard maker will provide the team with high-quality esports tools to use all year round. Additionally, Florida Mayhem and Florida Mutineers will use top-of-the-line products not available to other teams in their leagues.

Ben Spoont, a founder and CEO of Misfits Gaming Group, shared his thoughts on the new partnership. “Choosing to work with Matrix Keyboards was a no brainer after learning more about their teams’ commitment to high-quality peripherals built for esports athletes.” Furthermore, he teased that they have also been working on new products that will soon be available to fans.

Matrix Keyboard also showed eagerness to work with Misfits, sharing their excitement to work with top pros. Chris Horne, the co-founder of Matrix Keyboards, stated, “…We believe this to be a big step in innovating team and player branded products. We couldn’t be more thrilled to start that with some of the top pros and teams across various gaming platforms.”

Misfits recently shared its plans to open a new training center in Boca Raton, Florida. The center plans to house both its headquarters and the community gaming center. This new partnership with Matrix Keyboards will be a part of this transition as they provide their technological products to the team. Pro Misfits Fortnite player Cody “Clix” Conrod also made note of the news via a sponsorship announcement.

About Matrix Keyboards

Matrix Keyboards started in 2018, and they now provide an array of products such as keycaps, keyboards, and brand apparel. Additionally, they hope to provide high-quality esports products for players and teams all around the world.

Carly Soba
Digital artist, bunny mom, and avid League of Legends fan. I write about all sorts of things, mostly esports business deals, investments, and game coverage. I'm passionate about helping professional women succeed in the esports industry. Catch me on Twitter: @carlysoba

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