IKEA Joins ASUS ROG for Full Line of Furniture Designed for Gamers

Featuring gaming chairs, height-adjustable gaming desks, and a ring light.

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IKEA has just announced a full line of furniture designed for gamers. Made in partnership with ASUS Republic of Gamers, the collection is comprised of two gaming chairs, a height-adjustable matte-black gaming desk, a CPU stand, and a number of accessories like mousepads, drink holders, a cable management system, and vlogging accessories like a phone stand and a ring light.

The collection also has soft goods like cushions, neck pillows, and blankets. Prices for this collection range from $25 – $585 USD and are available now in China with a further release for Japan in May. A global release is slated for October.

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