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Anyware expands Asus partnership with gaming peripherals deal

26 Sep 17

Asus has inked a deal with distributor Anyware Corporation for the distribution of the vendor’s gaming peripherals in Australia.

The deal is an extension of a previous distribution agreement which has seen Anyware providing Asus networking products.

Anyware says it will stock the full range of Asus gaming peripherals.

Edward Chan, Anyware Corporation national product manager, says the distributor has done ‘an amazing job’ distributing Asus networking products within a relatively short period.

“[We] look forward to continuing the same success with Asus gaming peripherals,” Chan says.

“We have ocmplete faith in the quality of every product Asus produces and Asus gaming peripherals are no different.”

Chan says internationally Asus’ ROG branded products have gained ‘the highest of high accolades’.

“With Anyware’s help in distribution, Australian gamers will undoubtedly join them in recognising the great line up, excellence in workmanship and design of these gaming products,” he says.

Gaming continues to be a growth market globally.

“Anyware intent to carry the full range so stock supply will be more consistent than ever before,” Chan adds.

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