TimTheTatman announced his latest collaboration with the HP owned gaming brand, HyperX with whom he had signed earlier in July 2021.
The latest collection builds around Tim’s own yellow and Black branding with his logo along with the already well known and established quality that HyperX is known for.
TimTheTatman announces latest collaboration with HyperX
From making the move from Twitch to YouTube Gaming, becoming a Co-Owner for Complexity Gaming, to broadcasting from the Dallas Cowboys Stadium, and other major announcements, it was only a matter of time until we would hear from the Tatman himself.
In his latest announcement, TimTheTatman revealed the latest collection that HyperX was dropping in collaboration with him.
The collaboration included a few of the most esteemed products that HyperX sells selected by the streaming star himself. Each of the product is in a newly designed colourway which is based around Tim’s branding of the colours Yellow and Black along with his logo.
The following are the products that are being released under the TimTheTatman x HyperX collaboration along with their price tags :
- Cloud Alpha Gaming Headset – $109.99 USD
- Alloy Elite 2 Gaming Keyboard – $139.99 USD
- Pulsefire Haste Gaming Mouse $59.99 USD
- Pulsefire Mat Gaming Mouse Pad – $39.99 USD
“Excited to finally share my first co-branded HyperX products with the tatmanarmy,” Tim said in his post. “HyperX and I have been working non-stop to get these products ready, I can’t wait for you all to enjoy them too.”
On the other hand, Khoi Nguyen, Head of Influencer Marketing at HyperX, said they couldn’t be more happy to be having this collaboration with the amazingly engaging content creator.
In his own words, “TimTheTatMan is an engaging and entertaining personality representing a core segment of the gaming and streaming industry. The HyperX team is thrilled to be working with Tim on this limited-edition suite of peripherals to provide the tatmanarmy with a collection of gaming products designed to tackle daily in-game and on-stream needs.”
Let us know what you think about the collaboration, will you be buying the peripherals? Or will you be waiting for the reviews to come in?