Mad Catz Uses Bayer for Video Game Tech

As investors are well aware, there is a huge and profitable ecosystem in the world of video gaming. At the recent CES Unveiled event in New York City, our roving reporter Rex Moore ran across some of the latest technology in the space.

Video-game hardware maker Mad Catz (NYSEMKT: MCZ  ) won three CES Innovations Honoree Awards for gaming hardware and accessories. In this video, Rex interviews Alex Verrey about one of the winners -- the F.R.E.Q. 4D headset, featuring technology from the pharmaceutical giant Bayer AG.

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