The October issue of PCR is out now featuring our gaming special focus, PCR Awards 2021 winners list and exclusive interview with Company of the Year award winner – HANNspree UK Ltd.
The future world of gaming continues to evolve as next generational tech such as the metaverse and blockchain technology sweep in. Find out just what this will bring in our industry comment from the likes of EZVIZ UK’s Simon Buckingham and LiveArea/Founder, Collabsco Val Vacante.
In this month’s Big Interview, Kingston Technology’s Ann Keefe reveals more about the company’s next generation FURY release.
Tech specialist BOX recently celebrated its 25th anniversary. We caught up with the company’s Marketing and Content Manager, Mike Hart to find out about the hottest gaming trends and and where the future of gaming is headed.
Omar Fakhri, Director of AMD EMEA Component Channel explores the overall hardware market and what steps he is taking to strengthen AMD’s relationships with channel partners and integrators.
Rich O’Neill, Product Development Manager at Stormforce Gaming, EZVIZ UK’s Simon Buckingham, Brand & Marketing Manager and Luke Sear, ASUS – UK Gaming Marketing Lead discuss the world of gaming- from peripherals, to security and beyond in our gaming, industry roundtable.
Ed Barrett, Vice President of Sales EMEA, at HubSpot discusses how the worlds of marketing and IT are merging and what this means for the channel proposition in our Life in the channel interview.
The latest gaming peripherals pack some punch to give you the ultimate in enhanced game-play – from tablets to laptops, mice and high performance processing power to smart lighting and advanced gaming routers, find our more in this month’s sector guides.
That just leaves me to say a very big thank you to all of you who took part in this year’s PCR Awards and congratulations to everyone who scooped an award. It was a fantastic night enjoyed by all.
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