IKEA and Asus have prepared a special furniture show for gamers under the Republic of Gamers brand. Soon, special equipment designed for fans of video games will be available in stores.


Players will find something for themselves in IKEA stores. The Swedish furniture store chain is expected to release furniture produced in cooperation with Asus Republic of players. These products have been available in China and Japan since January, and are expected to hit stores around the world this fall.

IKEA zaoferuje sześć linii produktów – UPPSPEL, LANESPELARE, MATCHSPEL, GRUPPSPEL, UTESPELARE i HUVUDSPELARE. The first device was designed with the participation of Asus, others will simply refer to the style of the Republic of Gamers.

Razer is preparing a strange tool for gamers.  You will put it on your thumb

Razer is preparing a strange tool for gamers. You will put it on your thumb


Players will be able to store various items of equipment. The show will include desks, chairs, cabinets, cup holders, headphone holders, mouse pads or even a special lamp dedicated to signage hardware.

Prices for the new IKEA range are not yet known. At the moment, it is possible to try to make predictions based on Japanese and Chinese prices, but it is not mentioned that European prices will be very similar to them. We will have to wait a bit for detailed information about it, perhaps it will be revealed before the premiere of the furniture.

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