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Logitech acquires Astro Gaming for USD 85 million

Wednesday 12 July 2017 | 14:30 CET | News
Logitech has acquired Astro Gaming, a US manufacturer of gaming headsets for professional gaming and e-sports. The transaction worth USD 85 million should be finalised in August. The acquisition is expected to strengthen the gaming division of Logitech.

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Categories: IT
Companies: Logitech
Countries: World
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