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Secretlab Gaming Chairs now Available in New Zealand

Secretlab Gaming Chairs now Available in New Zealand

Great news for our Kiwi next-door neighbors as just announced today Secretlab is expanding into New Zealand! The international gaming chair company is expanding its global availability and think that New Zealand is the next place that deserves the extra comfort of its award-winning seats.

Ian Alexander Ang, co-founder and CEO of Secretlab said: “At Secretlab, our goal is to put a Secretlab chair in front of every gamer in the world. We’ve consistently seen customers in New Zealand pay extra for shipping from our Australia store, with some early adopters even going out of their way to ship their chairs from Singapore. As a result, we wanted to set up a local store so they could get our chairs more readily, at a lower cost, and with quicker warranty support. New Zealand is a country of avid gamers, and it boasts a thriving game development market. It is also home to Grinding Gear Games, the developer of Path of Exile, one of the most popular action role-playing games in the world. We’re excited to be able to bring Secretlab chairs to gamers in New Zealand so they can experience the incredible comfort and support that so many gamers around the world are already enjoying.”

New Zealand is home to a growing base of passionate gamers with an industry worth over half a billion dollars but unfortunately, they have had to pay top dollar in shipping costs to make sure their butts have the maximum comfort during a long gaming session of Dota 2, LoL and CS:GO. But no more, the people of New Zealand will no longer have to pay that extra in shipping thanks to this wonderful news.

Secretlab makes the best quality gaming chairs and has previously partnered and is still partnered with, Game of Thrones, Team Liquid, and the Cyberpunk 2077 Edition chair, which sold out globally within hours, bringing fans beautifully designed and well supported gaming chairs.

For more on Secretlab, check out our previous coverage.

Written by Jimmy Lindsay

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