Today, we at Team Curse are proud to announce a new partnership between Curse's Call of Duty North American and European rosters, and Burn Controllers. All Curse CoD players will from this point forward be using Burn Controllers in upcoming competitive events!
Burn Controller is the premier producer of Custom Xbox and Playstation controllers. If you're looking for that competitive edge while staying with a completely tournament-legal peripheral, you can’t go wrong with Burn Controllers. The company provides a completely customizable product which you can then tailor to your specific gaming needs, along with a look that is uniquely you.
Curse eSports manager Michael “Hawkeye” Chapman said this about the new partnership:
“At Curse it is important to us that our players are properly equipped to play at the best level possible, and we feel the partnership with Burn is a great step towards this for our Call of Duty rosters. Burn controllers provide some specific benefits to high level gameplay, and the durability that our pro players expect from their hardware. We also love the options to personalize the controllers: They allow anyone to design something that is truly unique, and gave us the ability to make our controllers really stand out as Curse controllers. The management at Burn has been amazing to work with, and we look forward to showing off more of their hardware in the future.”
CMPLX of Team Curse had this to say about the new gear:
“Burn controllers are a great product for improving your skills in any FPS. This controller has many features that will put you on top of your game -- my favorite part about the controller is the paddles, you can map any button you want to either of the two paddles. The trigger stops and adjustable triggers make it so you can shoot faster by pulling the triggers less. Custom paint job and LED lights are just extra features that make these controllers look even more amazing. This controller has improved my gameplay a lot and I recommend it to anyone who loves Call of Duty or any other FPS.”
To check out our initial review on the Burn controller visit FPS General.