EntaTech ramps up games offer

IT distribution firm EntaTech wants to grow its share of the games business.

The company has been supplying PC gaming products for a number of years, but is beginning to increase its presence in the sector – most recently with a range of Call of Duty peripherals.

Furthermore, the company’s deal with MadCatz has seen it supply Rock Band 3 software bundles – the first time it has sold games software in its 20-year history.

We have for many years provided a vast range of PC components to support all level of gaming enthusiasts,” commented EntaTech’s VP of commercial Jon Atherton.

With our recent announcements of Rock Band 3 software bundles which is our first gaming software offering in our 20-year history, and with our exclusive offering of Cyborg and Saitek brands, we are pleased to be able to increase our reach in this sector.”

EntaTech currently supplies gaming products from a range of lines including Saitek, MadCatz, Cyborg, Steel Series, Nvidia, Gainward and more.

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