Less than a year since it filed for bankruptcy, gaming peripheral brand, Mad Catz, has confirmed their resurrection.
Mad Catz filed for bankruptcy in early 2017 but a new video has now been released confirming the brand’s timely return. The video announces that the peripheral maker is back in business under new ownership and management, as well as having a slew of new products to show off at CES 2018 this weekend.
In a statement, the company said:
“Less than a year after the much-loved brand disappeared from the gaming landscape, Mad Catz is back: under new management, with new ideas, new attitude and most importantly, an entire range of new, high-quality gaming products,”
“The new Mad Catz will focus first on quality, committed to producing innovative gaming products, designed and engineered in-house to stand out amongst the competition and deliver superlative performance for gamers of all abilities.”
Among the new line of products being displayed at CES this Sunday includes a new wireless version of the brand’s popular RAT mouse, the RAT Air, along with a new Strike 4 keyboard and Freq 4 gaming headset.
CES is an annual consumer electronics show which takes place in Las Vegas. This year, the show is being held from January 7th to January 12th. More details can be found here.