ASTRO Gaming, the leader in premium video gaming equipment, today introduced the ASTRO Gaming Call of Duty ®: Black Ops: Cold War A10 Headset. ASTRO Gaming is the Official Headset licensee of Call of Duty and has been a long time official collaborator of Call of Duty®, bringing licensed headsets and accessories to gamers around the world. The new ASTRO Gaming Call of Duty®: Black Ops Cold War A10 Headset joins the ASTRO A40 TR, Speakers tags, and A40 TR Mod Kits already on the market today.
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ASTRO Gaming introduces The Call of Duty®: Black Ops Cold War A10 Headset, designed to deliver audio quality, comfort and durability at an affordable price point that would exceed all user expectations. (Photo: Business Wire)
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