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Mad Catz Sell Their TRITTON Gaming Audio Brand to Silkysea International Limited

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Mad Catz Global Limited, the new owners of the hardware brand, announced that it has sold its TRITTON gaming audio brand, to Silkysea International Limited, a company based in California, USA. The assets sold by Mad Catz Global Limited includes specified trademarks valid in the USA, China, Hong Kong and Russia.

Lucian Lu, Executive Board of Directors for Mad Catz Global Limited commented:

“Since announcing the return of the Mad Catz brand in January 2018, we have been overwhelmed with support from retail, distributors and the gaming community. We remain highly focused on exceeding expectations for the brand, and look forward to the imminent shipping of our first line of new Mad Catz products. As we put our combined efforts into growing the Mad Catz brand, we are pleased to find a buyer who can devote the time and resources needed to see the TRITTON line flourish and wish Silkysea International every good luck with their future TRITTON endevours.”

Mad Catz Global Limited is a global provider of innovative interactive gaming and entertainment products. Mad Catz products are designed to appeal to gamers of all abilities and across multiple platforms including in-home gaming consoles, handheld gaming consoles, Windows PC and Mac computers, smart phones, tablets and other mobile devices. Mad Catz plan on distributing its products via leading retailers around the globe. Mad Catz Global Limited is headquartered in Kowloon, Hong Kong.

For more information on Mad Catz and their products, click HERE

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