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IKEA's Republic of Gamers range of gaming furnishings is now available in the UK

ROG and Ikea have teamed up to create a range of gaming-centric furnishings

Ikea's Republic of Gamers range of gaming furnishings is now available in the UK

IKEA's Republic of Gamers range of gaming furnishings is now available in the UK

It's official, IKEA's new gaming range of products and furnishings is now available worldwide, Republic Of Gamers branded offerings that were created in partnership with ASUS. 

This product range includes chairs, desks, storage products, accessories and a range of other items. Many of these products are designed to match ASUS' Republic of Gamers series products, though much of their ASUS branding is subtle, making these products suitable to gamers outside of the Republic of Gamers product ecosystem. 

Earlier this year, IKEA's Republic of Gamers range of products were launched in China and Japan. Now, these products are available in the UK and other global regions. The video below details the thoughts and considerations around the design of many of these new products, which consider 

Below is what Ikea had to say about its ROG X IKEA gaming range back in February. 
 

    There are 2.5 billion gamers around the world, a diverse group united by their love of e-sports and gaming – and by being an overlooked group from a life-at-home perspective. But that is about to change: the new gaming range developed by IKEA in collaboration with Republic of Gamers (ROG) was launched at IKEA China on January 29, 2021. From May 2021 it will be available at IKEA Japan, and from October 2021 the range will be sales started globally.

Gaming is more than a fun past-time. It is a way to wind down and take your mind off everyday hassles, and to connect with people everywhere. For some, it is even a livelihood. With an ever-increasing number of gamers worldwide and a rapidly growing market, getting into gaming was a natural step for IKEA.

At IKEA, we know a lot about smart home furnishing solutions, but we are novices at gaming. So, how to create a properly high-performing gaming range? To contribute to a better everyday life for all gamers, IKEA partnered with ROG (Republic of Gamers), an ASUS sub-brand, keeping the leading position in gaming industry and designing high quality, innovative hardware and gear for gamers. ROG has in-depth knowledge of the gaming industry and want to find new ways to make gaming blend into the home. Combining the best of these two worlds, the collaboration aimed to democratise the gaming experience, by creating relevant, functional, beautiful and affordable products and complete gaming solutions to make it easier for everyone to create the setup and the home they want. 


IKEA's new ROG-branded gaming furnishings are now available from IKEA's website and storefronts

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04-10-2021, 11:06:18

Dicehunter
Ikeas stuff is so vastly overpriced as it's all very low quality in general, Mix in the ROG branding and it's severely over priced junk.Quote

04-10-2021, 12:49:39

Warchild
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
Ikeas stuff is so vastly overpriced as it's all very low quality in general, Mix in the ROG branding and it's severely over priced junk.
its used to be decent quality but cheap. Times have changedQuote

04-10-2021, 13:10:11

Dicehunter
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Originally Posted by Warchild View Post
its used to be decent quality but cheap. Times have changed

For most of Ikeas existence they've sold cheap crap but they had prices to match, Now it's cheap crap and high prices.


I got a desk from there that cost upwards of £200 not long ago, Found out the inside was cardboard strips and the outer part was just hardboard.Quote

04-10-2021, 15:13:04

Dawelio
At the end of the day, that is what most people only need for a desk.Quote

04-10-2021, 16:23:33

Dicehunter
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Originally Posted by Dawelio View Post
At the end of the day, that is what most people only need for a desk.

They shouldn't be changing hundreds for cardboard filled desks.Quote
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