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Venom Announce New Range of Licensed TEKKEN 7 Apparel

Venom Invites You to ‘Wear the Warriors’, With a New Range of Officially Licensed TEKKEN 7 Apparel

High Quality Retro and Contemporary Inspired Designs Bring the Game to Life in Stunning Detail

Venom, a leading UK provider of quality gaming accessories announced today a new range of officially licensed TEKKEN 7 apparel.

Launched to coincide with the release of the highly anticipated game from BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment, the new range includes T-Shirts and Snapback Caps featuring the iconic TEKKEN logo and character artwork.

Made from high-quality fabrics, the soft-style Gildan T-Shirts come in two stunning designs with a choice between the retro inspired pixilated artwork, or the contemporary design featuring Kazuya Mishimi front and centre. Available in multiple sizes from small to XXL, TEKKEN fans everywhere will find the shirts an irresistible purchase!

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The licensed Snapback Caps again come in two jaw-dropping designs, each featuring a high-quality embroidered TEKKEN logo. Go for the retro inspired design featuring the TEKKEN cast as pixilated characters, or go cutting-edge with the modern TEKKEN 7 logo. The Snapback style features a flat visor with the ability to curve, and the wide bill, flex fit cap proves comfortable to wear all day long.

“TEKKEN has exploded back into the gaming scene, landing straight at the top of the charts and buoyed by stellar reviews. We’re incredibly excited to be a part of the phenomenon, offering gamers an unmissable opportunity to own first-class merchandise that does justice to the quality of the game,” said Tom Hodge, Director of Sales for Venom. “The new line of merchandise is part of our continued effort to broaden our range of gaming products, which we believe will help us grow market share throughout 2017.”

The licenced T-Shirts and Snapback Caps both retail for an SRP of £14.99 and are available now from Amazon.co.uk and leading game retailers.

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