"You are such a nerd," said Editor-in-Chief Jonathan Kwan, "you have become one of those people." Being called a nerd is not something new to me, but being called one of "those people" is. To give some context, this was his response when I told him I spent much of my day watching the recent League of Legends playoffs and a Counter Strike: Global Operation tournament. I have been watching professional streaming games since last year, starting with North American League Championship Series every weekend. Some people may not see these people as "professional", especially as they think they just game all day. However, there is some big money to be earned in the world of professional gaming. For example, the 2015 Dota 2 championship, also known as The International, garnered an $18 million prize pool. In addition, there are actually quite a few e-sports organizations that cross over multiple games. I know today's sender of our products, Fnatic, for their League of Legends team, but of course they have teams for other games such as CS:GO and Dota 2. Most recently however, they showed off their newest acquisition. Rather than adding a new game to their organization, they unveiled a new lineup of gaming peripherals. We have seen gaming companies endorse certain products, but this is the first times I have seen an e-sports team produce their own peripherals. Today, we have the first of several Fnatic Gear products, their Flick G1. How will it fair in everyday use, and more importantly, games? Hopefully today's review will answer this question and more, so read on to find out!