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Cooler Master @ PAX Prime 2013

Cooler Master, in what has become a tradition, will be attending PAX (Penny Arcade Expo) West, an annual festival for tabletop, console videogames, and PC gamers, held from August 30th to September 2nd. There, Cooler Master will be taking the wraps off of a new line of chassis that will be a huge step towards forever changing the status quo.

New and Innovative Unveiling

Visit Cooler Master’s Team at booth #3446 to be amongst the first to see our new case series unveiling. This new case line merges two iconic case lines into an entity that is better and more intuitive. This series is engineered in such a way that it will speak to new builders and seasoned veterans alike.

Want the latest on the launch of this new series? Head on over to the countdown page to see the reveal.

In addition, our team will be showcasing our full range of mechanical keyboards, and many other award-winning chassis, power supplies, and peripherals. And finally, some exclusive case mods from community modders will be appearing at our booth.

Meet CM Storm’s e-Sports Teams

Cooler Master proudly sponsors top ranked professional individuals and gaming teams in League of Legends, Starcraft 2, and other games. Our League of Legends teams are currently battling it out weekly in the LCS tournament to see who comes out on top. Stop by to meet with our available teams at our booth throughout the show. For more details, visit us at the show to find out when they will be available for a fan meet and greet.

It wouldn’t be a Cooler Master booth without an epic giveaway. If you want to get in on the action, make sure that you stop by to see how you can join in on the giveaways that frequently shut down all foot traffic in the surrounding areas.

via Cooler Master @ PAX Prime 2013.

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