Razer launches new e-sports learning platform, “The Razer Academy”

Thursday, 15th March 2012 18:26 GMT By Dave Oshry

You read that right.  Razer is teaming up with the e-sports community to help you learn from the pros.

According to Razer:

“The Razer Academy, currently in its beta phase, designed to provide an interactive, in-depth and enjoyable learning experience for e-Sports fans, will provide gaming shows, guides, game analysis, commentary, articles, interviews and documentaries, brought to you by some of the most famed individuals in e-Sports history.”

Some of these e-sports pros you’ve never heard of include:

Abdulatif “Latif” Alhmili – Streetfighter champion Bachir “Athene” Boumaaza – world famous gamer and YouTuber Toby “TobiWanKenobi” Dawson – professional Defense of the Ancients commentator Ben “MrBitter” Nichol – professional StarCraft II commentator Martin “AngeL” Olsen – professional Defense of the Ancients player Protato Monster – League of Legends YouTube channel John “Swifty” Pyle – World of Warcraft legend Rachel “Seltzer” Quirico – e-Sports journalist and gamer Stuart “TosspoT” Saw – professional commentator Kendall “arCtiC” Smith – professional console gamer Leigh “Deman” Smith – professional commentator Kevin “RotterdaM” van der Kooi – professional StarCraft II commentator Alexei “Cypher” Yanushevsky – Quake professional

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  1. GrimRita

    Cool idea. I love some of the keyboards they make. When I purchased SWTOR, I thought about getting the SWTOR mouse – but at £125 – they can keep it

    #1 3 years ago
  2. Talkar

    Cool idea, a shame they couldn’t get some of the high quality SC2 casters on there, such as Day[9], but still, nice idea they have there!

    #2 3 years ago

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