BraZen Gaming Chairs which is in our opinion the Number One UK owned brand of gaming chairs are now available in the Philippines.

The Brazen Gaming Chair launch was made at the E-Sports and Gaming Summit at SMX Convention Centre in Manila, Philippines from Friday 27 October 2017 to Sunday 29 October 2017.

The BraZen gaming chairs launched at ESGS include:


BraZen Stealth 4.0 Bluetooth Surround Sound Gaming Chair



The BraZen Sultan and BraZen Stealth were making their first ever public appearance at ESGS. They are perfect examples of how BraZen Chairs are – “best by design”.

The BraZen Sultan Elite is a very high specification oversized PC gaming chair. It’s features include 4 dimensional arms, quality height adjustment and reclining mechanism, non slip castors, quality class 4 gas lift, extra padding for added comfort and looks stylish!



The BraZen Stealth is a stylish looking and comfortable chair which incorporates 4.0 surround sound speakers and Bluetooth connectivity. The chair is mains powered like all its peer chair but has the unique ability to use a USB power input with a power bank (the type you would use to charge your mobile phone) to power the chair – thus rendering it genuinely wireless!

The response from ESGS has been fantastic and follows on from our successful launch earlier in 2017 in Indonesia. The welcome for our product range in the Philippines has been awesome. In Indonesia demand quickly outstripped our original estimates of supply and we quickly sold out of many of our product range – from the initial reaction we have received from the Philippines we confidently expect a similar event there.

Our chairs in the Philippines are available both in store and online from the likes of Gameline – Gameline had a booth at ESGS selling the BraZen Gaming Chair range and were reportedly absolutely delighted with the amount of sales and interest they generated. The fact is that they ran out of their marketing material for the three day event on day one!

In particular, at ESGS BraZen worked with Playbook (number one in the Philippines for organising console gaming) to support the Brawlfest Event. Mr Richard Brojan, Playbook Owner, stated that “The BraZen Shadow Pro PC Gaming Chairs were received very well by the players of the Fighting Game Community……….Rest assured we will promote the BraZen chairs at Playbook as much as possible”.








A number of influential people in the Philippine e-Sports and Gaming community took the trouble to engage with BraZen Gaming Chairs and help make the Summit such a great success:

The Managing Director of ESGS , Mr Joubert L. Yu, was most welcoming and hospitable. BraZen look forwards to many opportunities to work with this gentleman going forwards.

We have mentioned the likes of Gameline but during the course of the week we have had positive responses from representatives of other retailers including SM Retail, Game One, iTech, Datablitz, O Shopping, Wilson, PC Express and Lazarda.

We are delighted to have commenced initial contact with influential operators in the Philippine e-sports community – especially those from the likes of Playbook (Console), MESA (Mobile) and Mineski (PC).

The Philippine gaming community is massive and growing at a rapid rate overseen by the Philippine eSports Organisation (PESO). The Philippine gaming market based on expenditure is currently ranked 25 th in the World and by 2019 is expected to have risen to 20 th in the rankings. A Niko Media Research report claimed that the number of pc gamers in the Philippines grew from 21 million in 2012 to 28.72 million in 2014. The Game Developers Association of the Philippines (GDAP) claimed in 2013 to have about 4,000 professional representatives from around 60 companies. There are a growing number of educational establishments that are recognising the increasing importance of the gaming industry in the Philippines and Worldwide for example, De La Salle University who offer a range of courses and work with the likes of Ubisoft. Also, The University of The Visayas New School (UVNS) offer Senior High Arts And Design track in e-sport and game development, game theory, game strategy, game design, game mechanics and game awareness.

The Philippines hosts a number of major e-Sports Tournaments, mainly focussed not surprisingly in Manila. These include Manila Cup, Mortal Combat XL, Streetfighter, BlazBlue Chronophantasma and ASIA Pop Comic Convention.

The importance of gaming is highlighted by the likes of Sen. Bam Aquino. He has identified e-Sports to be an opportunity for online gaming to bring honour to the country. It can be argued that after basketball and boxing that e-Sports is the next most important sport in the Philippines. In 2017 two Philippine teams qualified and performed very well at the World DOTA (Defence of the Ancients) 2 Tournament. The Gaming and Amusement Board of the Philippines recently awarded professional athletic licences to two professional DOTA 2 teams – TNC Pro Team (won 18 million PHP) and Execration. Other than DOTA other games very popular in the Philippines include Heroes of the Storm and League of Legends








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