Today, ASTRO Gaming, a leader in premium video gaming equipment, announced a partnership with Olympic Gold Medalist and NBA All-Star from the Phoenix Suns, Devin Booker. As ASTRO’s newest brand ambassador, Booker will use ASTRO Gaming headsets while gaming and streaming.
The partnership will include sponsored livestreams, including the first one on November 18th, in which Booker will reveal a unique custom A40 Glow-in-the-Dark headset which he co-designed. This new headset will only be available to win via giveaway during the streams, as well as via auction as part of a larger charitable initiative in 2022 to support Booke’s Starting Five charity.
“I am extremely excited to officially join the ASTRO Gaming family. When I started to take gaming more seriously, one of my first purchases was the ASTRO A40 headset because it gave me a competitive gaming advantage,” said “Booker. “With my ASTRO headset, I’m always on top of my game, and I can’t wait to share with the world all of the collaborations we have planned.”
Devin Booker is considered by many to be the top gamer in the NBA. He won the 2020 ESPN NBA2K Players Tournament and excels at competitive Call of Duty, Warzone, APEX, and many other games. Inspired by his older brother Davon to take up gaming at a young age, Booker joined TWITCH in 2019 and became one of the top athletes to watch on stream while quarantining and social distancing protocols were in place.
“We are thrilled to welcome Booker to the ASTRO Gaming family,” said “Aron Drayer, Vice President of Marketing at ASTRO Gaming. “His skills on the court, along with his passion for gaming, will elevate the awareness of gaming and esports with gamers and traditional sports fans alike.”
The first livestream will occur on November 18th at 6 PM PST on Devin Booker’s channel, https://www.twitch.tv/dbook. He will be joined by his brother Davon, where they will be playing Call of Duty Warzone in a party with special surprise guests from the Call of Duty League community. They will also give away the first Glow-in-the-Dark A40s to some lucky viewers.
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