Mobile games have absolutely taken off the last couple of years, and until the next best thing comes along, they offer a great way to play great games anywhere. Some of the best games: League of Legends, Call of Duty, Fortnite, Minecraft, and more have been ported to phones and are available to play even if you don't have a gaming system. Phones aren't designed for intense, competitive play though, and you can take some serious hits to your win/loss record if you aren't ready.
A new solution is getting a smartphone gamepad like the Serafim S1 Multiplatform Gaming Controller. With one, you'll get all of the response and ease of control that comes with a gamepad without needing to buy a pricey system. Only $43.97 (reg. $69) during our Pre-Black Friday Doorbusters Sale, this multi-platform controller is well worth the deal.
The Serafim S1 is designed to be used on 10 different platforms, with 2 joysticks, 2 trigger buttons, and the usual A/B/X/Y button design, so you'll be ready to hop into any game no matter where you are. Even better: you can customize your buttons to provide you with the optimal macro set up. Perform combos with ease by pushing just 1 of the 6 available macro buttons, saving your wrists and your score. Connect with blazing fast Bluetooth 4.0 and you'll experience zero-lag, while still enjoying up to 20 hours of battery life with the S1.
Less than $50 and you'll be getting the cross-platform gamepad that has been racking up 5-star reviews on Amazon and winning over gamers everywhere. You'll never feel like you have to leave your games at home with the Serafim S1 Multiplatform Gaming Controller, and with our Black Friday Doorbusters Sale, you won't have to worry about your wallet either. Be sure to pick it up soon, because the $43.97 price will be going back up once this sale is over.
Prices subject to change.
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