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Secretlab partners with Evil Geniuses

Gaming chair manufacturer Secretlab has partnered with Evil Geniuses (EG). EG joins many other world-leading teams using Secretlab chairs for full-time training. New Evil Geniuses gaming chairs are now available.

Secretlab official Evil Geniuses chairs

Evil Geniuses is the third-highest earning esports team of all time. Based in Seattle, their pro teams compete in Dota2, CS:GO, League of Legends, and top fighting games.

With this deal, Secretlab joins Monster Energy, the U.S. Navy, Motorola, and Razer as official EG partners.

Evil Geniuses Edition

Secretlab’s new Evil Geniuses chairs come in both Omega and Titan options. Both have midnight blue upholstery with white trim and some fine design touches.

Evil Geniuses official Secretlab team chairs

The team’s “LIVE EVIL” motto runs down each side of the backrest. The team name flanks “Est. 1999”, embroidered on the backrest wings.

Other esports team partners

With the addition of EG, Secretlab is now partnered with the top 3 pro esports teams in the world — plus several other top-50 teams. Other Secretlab official partners include Team Liquid, OG, G2, Cloud9, T1, Team Secret, and Astralis.

Secretlab's collection of pro esports team chairs
L-R: T1, Astralis, Cloud9 (Omega chairs); Team Liquid, G2 and OG Esports chairs (Titan chairs).

Check out a complete review of all Secretlab esports team designs:

All Secretlab esports team custom designs

Evil Genius chairs are available for sale from Secretlab. The larger Titan chair costs $429. The slim-fitting Omega version costs $389.

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Secretlab partners with Evil Geniuses

Secretlab has partnered with Evil Geniuses (EG), one of the world's top esports organizations. EG joins a world-leading roster of elite esports teams using Secretlab chairs for both training and competition.

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