LAS VEGAS, NV — Back in March of 2017, Mad Catz, the manufacturer of some of the most extravagant and daring peripherals on the market filed for bankruptcy. In an effort to alleviate the financial troubles, back in September 2016, Mad Catz sold their Saitek brand to peripheral giants Logitech with the hopes of being able to save the company from financial collapse. Unfortunately, on the 30th of March 2017, Mad Catz ceased trading and after filing for relief under Chapter 7 of the U.S Bankruptcy code, this was the last time people thought they would see them. Fast forward to the 4th January this year (2018), Mad Catz or as they are now known, Mad Catz Global Limited officially announced they were back and...
Logitech Acquires Saitek Brand and Product Lines, Expands Its Sim Controllers Biz
Logitech this week announced that it has taken over the Saitek brand as well as the family of flight and space simulation game controllers from Mad Catz for $13...18 by Anton Shilov on 9/16/2016