AndaSeat is offering a free gear to customers of the Fnatic gaming chair, should the team win the championship
What you need to know
- AndaSeat is one of the leading brands in gaming chairs and furniture.
- AndaSeat is partnering with Fnatic to give customers gaming desks and mousepads if they purchase the Fnatic chair.
- The prizes will only be distributed under the condition that the Fnatic team wins their League of Legends championship.
AndaSeat is known for their amazing gaming chairs, and for good reason. They provide comfort and quality materials at an affordable price. The company has been known to give back to the gaming industry, collaborating with eSports teams to provide branded furniture for their fans.
This time around, AndaSeat is collaborating with Fnatic, an eSports team who are competing in the 2021 League of Legends European Championship, after winning over 200 championships across 30 different games. The summer play-offs will run from August 13 to August 29, 2021. For fans of the team who wish to purchase the all-new Fnatic chair, AndaSeat is offering a free gaming desk and mouse pad for anyone who purchases the Fnatic chair from August 9 to August 29, 2021. Players will receive their Fnatic chairs, but the desk and mouse pad will only be shipped to buyers of the Fnatic chair in the event that Fnatic wins the championship. Given their track record, however, the possibility doesn't seem too far-fetched.
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Support your team while gaming comfortably.
With an ergonomic design and quality materials, the AndaSeat Fnatic chair offers a fully adjustable chair with up to 160 degree tilting, a removable neck pillow and a memory foam lumbar pillow to support your lower back..
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