Gaming headsets let you communicate with other players, which can give you an edge in online multiplayer games. There are many different styles and sizes, and you can choose between wired and wireless models. Many also include separate volume controls that let you adjust the volume of the chat feature and the volume of your game independently of one another.
Based on our research, pro gamers generally favor two headsets. The most popular model, by far, is the Kingston HyperX Cloud II. This is a feature-rich headset, with 7.1 channel surround sound audio and a microphone that sports both noise-canceling and echo-canceling tech. Odds are good it’ll work on your gaming platform of choice, too, since it supports PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. The HyperX Cloud II is available through Walmart in two colors: Red and Gun Metal.
Wutface is the scared, confused face of esports broadcaster and Twitch employee Alex “Goldenboy” Mendez, and it signifies terror or confusion at whatever’s going on in the stream. There’s some overlap with the “wtf” implications of DansGame, but Wutface has a monopoly on the “bewildered” part of the surprise spectrum. You can use it whenever something just doesn’t make sense.
*Based on testing using the Mobile Mark 2012 battery life benchmark test. For more information about this benchmark test, visit www.bapco.com. Test results should be used only to compare one product with another and are not a guarantee you will experience the same battery life. Battery life may be significantly less than the test results and varies depending on your product’s configuration, software, usage, operating conditions, power management settings and other factors. Maximum battery life will decrease with time and use.
That’s debatable. People know what Pepe the Frog means in 2018 — it’s why certain organizations like the Overwatch League don’t let people bring Pepe the Frog signs to events. Pepe the Frog’s existence as a Twitch emote is so sophisticated and ever changing that it can exist as its own article, but there are certainly some emotes that are more popular than others. FeelsBadMan and FeelsGoodMan are precisely what they sound like. One version of the frog, FeelsBadMan, is used to express disappointment over something on screen. The other, FeelsGoodMan, is used to celebrate an accomplishment. “Feels Good Man” is based on a line the original Pepe the Frog character said in Furie’s comic strip. Think of FeelsBadMan and FeelsGoodMan as Twitch’s own tragedy and comedy drama masks.

SourPls is another older emote that was taken from a YouTube video and made into a BTTV emote in 2014. The emote’s name, based on the YouTube user who uploaded it, stars SourNotHardcore (a staff member at Twitch) dancing in a store. He’s got a goofy grin on his face. The emote has since gone through many variations with one of the most popular being ForsenPls. The emote went through its own period of troubles (the fact that it was animated caused problems for BTTV), but has since emerged as one of the most popular-to-date.
Battlefield V is a fast-paced and dynamic experience, with varied classes, maps, vehicles, and objectives. G HUB, advanced gaming gear software, helps you master it all. Set up and fine tune gear profiles for every class and vehicle, so you can switch key bindings, macros, lighting, etc. for each game style within Battlefield V. Handle every shift with deft command of your gear. Share (and steal) war secrets with fellow soldiers in the G HUB community section.
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