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Turtle Beach's Gifts For Gamers!

The latest NPD data from October shows double-digit growth in the gaming headset market in the U.S., with Turtle Beach outpacing that growth at 13.3% YTD in retail dollars and expanding its YTD market share lead to 41.1% of total revenue.
Turtle Beach expects that market share growth to continue based on its expansive 2016 portfolio of sought-after gaming headsets for PS4™, Xbox One and PC, as well as its foray into the Virtual Reality (VR) and Livestreaming categories.


This year Turtle Beach’s portfolio includes their first gaming headset for the VR market with the STEALTH 350VR – the only headset created specifically for use with the latest VR goggles like the PlayStation®VR, as well as their entrance into the exploding streaming content creation market with the STREAM MIC – the first professional-quality, plug-and-play livestreaming mic that works with Xbox One, in addition to PS4, PC and Mac. Both products have received positive reviews in-terms of quality, functionality and value from consumers and critics alike. Further, Turtle Beach’s ELITE PRO TOURNAMENT GAMING HEADSET and ELITE PRO TACTICAL AUDIO CONTROLLER are also at the top of hardcore and aspiring pro gamers’ wish lists, as there’s no other headset in the market that competes with the game and chat audio quality and overall comfort of the ELITE PRO!


Here is a video with OpTic Gaming that outlines what it takes to play like an eSport pro!

A great gaming headset absolutely has the potential to make you a better gamer, and to kick-off the holiday season Turtle Beach has some fantastic offers on great gaming audio gear sure to up your game. Check out www.turtlebeach.com!

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