Secretlab launches The International 2022 gaming chair and adorable lumbar pillows

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Oct 15

With The International 2022 on the horizon, it’s hard not to get into the spirit, and Secretlab is no exception. The gaming chair company is celebrating TI with the release of the Secretlab Titan Evo The International 11 Edition chair, designed exclusively for this year’s tournament. This limited edition, limited quantity chair will only be around for a short time.

Keen-eyed Last Chance Qualifiers viewers may have spotted these chairs in the practice and playing rooms of the hopeful teams. And now Secretlab is giving fans the chance to get the same chair used by pros.

But the real star of this release has to be these adorable lumbar pillows. Coming in Tidehunter, Roshan, and Snapfire editions, these back supports are honestly so fantastic and filled with character. 

We’re told they’re made with Secretlab’s signature PlushCell Memory foam that supports your back, so they’re practical as well as adorable. Although, we at Esports.gg would like to point out that the lizard’s name is Mortimer, not Snapfire…

Besides an incredible-looking chair and those cute lumbar pillows, Secretlab has some great stuff in store for those attending TI11 in person. The manufacturer will have an on-site booth at the Singapore Indoor Arena from October 26th, giving fans a chance to win some exclusive merch. This includes the Relaxed Roshan enamel pin you may have seen appearing online, and TI11 lanyards.

Additionally, there’s a chance to get close up and personal with the Aegis of Champions, although only a replica. Still for most of us lowly Dota players, this is the closest we’ll ever get to lifting the Aegis ourselves!

Overall, it seems like Secretlab has outdone themselves for this TI. The company, founded and based in Singapore, is going all out as The International lands on their home turf. You can grab Secretlab’s TI collection on their website.

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