"We have to start seeing gamers as athletes, with requirements particular to their sport," said Charles Johnson, global director of Innovation at Puma. "As a sports company, we want to offer these athletes the products they need to perform at the very top."
Using high-tech, breathable materials developed by Puma, the game seat adapts to players’ positions as they get immersed in the on-screen action, while remaining comfortable even after many hours of play. It does not matter whether you are a top-level sports athlete, a console gamer, a mobile gamer or just watching your favourite show. With ultimate control at the core of its development, the game seat ensures that players and users of all levels, ages, shapes and sizes can find their ideal sitting position.
"Gaming is greater with full sitting control," said Fernando Smit, president and founder of Playseat. "That's why we felt the need to change sitting of gamers from the traditional couch or even on the floor in front of their screens, so we created something truly unique."
The Playseat|Puma game seat will be available in November 2019 and a community will be created for those who want to be among the first to try out this revolutionary seat. (PC)
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