Faker launches branded gaming chair with Secretlab and VANDYTHEPINK

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Image credit: Secretlab, VANDYTHEPINK

Professional League of Legends player Lee ‘Faker Sang-hyeok has collaborated with streetwear designer VANDYTHEPINK and gaming furniture brand Secretlab to create a branded gaming chair.

The chair is a part of a merchandise drop which will include several merchandise items, such as hats and bags, and is based on Secretlab’s TITAN Evo chair.

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Faker is one of the most successful esports athletes in history, with a record four League of Legends World Championships to his name, as well as numerous other regional and local trophies. He is also one of the most famous athletes in his home country of South Korea, and regularly appears in commercials and on events.

The collaboration with VANDYTHEPINK includes more than just the custom-designed chair. In videos shared by the designer, other items such as badges, hats, bags and t-shirts are shown. All items will be available to Faker’s fans in drops in the near future, but Secretlab shared that fans will also get a chance to acquire the chair soon. The details on this are slim, but the brand announced that it plans to share more information through social media.

As for the chair, Faker and VANDYTHEPINK decided to customise a well-known Secretlab TITAN Evo gaming chair, used by plenty of teams and events worldwide. The chair’s design was co-created by Faker and VANDYTHEPINK. According to a release, Faker chose Secretlab due to his long-term usage of the brand’s products. The chair features a white colour scheme, with a large FAKER logo on the back in green, as well as several other smaller details throughout.

Faker is no stranger to custom products. The Korean star has a partnership with hardware brand Razer that led to the creation of a custom version of the Razer Deathadder V3 Pro mouse.

Ivan Šimić
Ivan comes from Croatia, loves weird simulator games, and is terrible at playing anything else. Spent 5 years writing about tech and esports in Croatia, and is now doing it here.