Fnatic Clutch G1 Optical Gaming Mouse Review
Posted by Damon Bailey on Monday, December 5, 2016 - 8:00am
The nearly endless selection of gaming oriented peripherals is a wonderful thing for enthusiasts, no matter your taste or even your current mood, you can find something that suits you. From dozens of extra buttons to lighting effects that rival a popular club, the choices of extras are endless. Professional E-sports gamers on the other hand aren’t that interested in the flashy gimmicks, but need a rock solid, high performance input device they can rely on in the heat of the moment to bring home a victory. Anyone out there can slap together some silly hunk of plastic with a tracking sensor, a USB cord, and a few LED’s and call it a ‘gaming mouse’ but it takes a little bit more effort to make a truly great peripheral meant for serious business. Enter Fnatic. When the first thing you see opening the box is “Goodbye Mediocracy” on a product made BY some of the most well-known professional gamers FOR professional gamers, you know things just got serious…
ProClockers would like to thank Fnatic for sending us the Clutch G1 Mouse to try out!
Fnatic’s Take on the Clutch G1
Made with the sole purpose to give the esports gamer an edge over his opponents, the Fnatic Gear CLUTCH has been designed with performance driven components and interesting features. The curvature of the body is ergonomic yet uncomplicated. It is a result of countless hours spent studying different hand positions and shapes, then carving our ideas as clay models, and having the best one approved by the Fnatic teams. Additionally, the Fnatic Gear CLUTCH features seven programmable buttons, a scroll wheel, three user profiles, a macro recorder, and a customizable LED-lighting system, making it completely customizable to your personal preferences.
Fnatic is a leading organization in the E-Sports industry. Founded by Sam and Anne Mathews, their home office is in the heart of London. However, they also have offices in Belgrade and Siberia. They also have a professional gaming house in Cologne, Germany. Their players attend over 75 international events every year. Some of these events include Dota 2, League of Legends (LOL), Battlefield 4 and many more. The Fnatic team was awarded Team of the Year in both 2006 and 2009. They’ve achieved great success and have won multiple world championships across many different games. Their YouTube channel is a favorite among E-Sports fans. With over 100, 000 subscribers they provide game highlights and video interviews. With over 2 million followers on all forms of social media, Fnatic is without a doubt, one of the largest E-Sports franchises.