This Black-owned gaming company sells this dope pair of gaming headphones

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Even in the gaming industry, there’s a way to go when it comes to including unheard voices. However, the Black-owned gaming brand We The Hype makes sure Black gamers see themselves in the gaming products they purchase.

We The Hype comes from the mind of Stephen Evans. While the brand is new, having launched in 2020, it hopes to provide all gamers with quality audio from its hero product, the Prestige headphones. The Prestige headphones, made for gamers from all walks of gameplay, are wireless and noise-canceling, allowing you to dive into your favorite digital worlds, free of distractions. The Prestige headphones, designed with a padded headband for comfort and high-fidelity earphones, offer everything you need to communicate with your friends online.

In addition to a comfortable gaming experience complete with a flashing light logo on the sides, the headphones work for every console you can think of. The headphone set is compatible with Xbox One, Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X, PC, PS4, PS4 Pro, PS5 and Nintendo Switch. Plus, you can shop the headset while it’s still on sale for under $60.

Prestige, $59.99 (Orig. $79.99)

Credit: We The Hype

Additionally, you can shop the brand’s merch for 50% off right now to support this small-yet-mighty Black-owned brand even further. Offered in sizes small to extra large, you can sport the We The Hype tee to rep this Black-owned brand.

The gaming industry is worth a lot. However, it’s high time to make room for newer faces in the gaming space overall.

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