T2M, a mobile gaming controller leader, has announced a partnership with Alpine F1 Team to develop a custom version of their Rotor Riot controller, a mobile gaming controller for iOS devices.
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The Alpine F1 Team Rotor Riot controller, co-branded by T2M and Alpine F1 Team, offers an unrivalled mobile gaming experience that brings a console to feel on-the-go gameplay. The console size controller is complete with a full range of buttons and triggers and outfitted with an 8-way DPad and L3R3 for ultimate control. The ZeroG™ device holder ensures balanced, lightweight gameplay and the latency-free wired connection combines all the elements of home gaming into a powerful mobile experience.
“We are excited to be unveiling the newest Rotor Riot gaming controller and to collaborate with the amazing Alpine F1 Team,” said Fraser Townley, President at T2M. “With the release of the Alpine F1 Team Rotor Riot controller, we aim to get the greatest mobile gaming technology in the hands of Formula One fans, allowing them to race and compete at the highest level with a controller optimized for mobile racing games.”
“The ability to share the intensity of Formula One racing to all fans through gaming is something Alpine F1 team is extremely passionate about,” said Antoine Magnan, Director of Strategic Partnerships, Alpine Racing. “We have enjoyed working directly with T2M to bring the power of the Alpine F1 Team branded Rotor Riot controller to racing enthusiasts around the world and to the passionate esports community.”
Rotor Riot’s power pass-through feature gives gamers the ability to play uninterrupted, as users can charge their iOS device while playing over 1000 controller-compatible mobile games including F1 Mobile Racing via the Ludu Mapp app developed by T2M.
About Alpine F1 Team
Alpine F1 Team is the Formula 1 entry for Alpine Racing Limited/s.a.s. competing in the FIA Formula 1 World Championship. Previously Renault F1 Team, the team has raced in Formula 1 since 1977, starting 400 Grands Prix, winning 35 races and claiming world championship titles in 2005 and 2006. The 2021 FIA Formula 1 World Championship will be the first under the Alpine name with drivers Esteban Ocon and Fernando Alonso at the wheel of the first ever A521 Formula 1 car.
For the past 10 years, the team at T2M have been creating video game controllers for mobile use. T2M is an equal opportunities employer that exclusively employs young adults with neurodiverse talents at their Warehouse and RMA facility on the East Coast”.