Bose has become the official headset partner of all League of Legends Esports global events.
Starting at the World Championship, Bose will provide headsets for each global event, including the Mid-Season Invitational and the All-Star Event.
The deal coincides with the release of Bose’s first headset designed for gaming. The QuietComfort 35 II headsets will be used by all players, camera talent, referees and production crew at the 2020 World Championship – which began on September 25 in Shanghai.
Bose’s QuietComfort 35 II gaming headset has been engineered to play everything, and features Bose’s Acoustic noise cancelling technology, a detachable gaming module – and crucially – are designed for hours of competitive gaming and music listening.
The QC35 II gaming headset uses a combination of patented active and passive noise cancellation innovations, resulting in crisp, clear audio and rich, deep bass over a bed of virtual silence.
The removable gaming module attaches in seconds and is equipped with a Discord and TeamSpeak-certified boom mic that is designed to reject noise and ensure any player’s teammates can hear the gamer loud and clear.