OSVR is coming in a few months, and Razer continues to bulk up the number of companies and developers that will provide content and technology for the open-source VR platform.
Now, any developer can build for OSVR with the release of the device's main tools and plugins for other supported software such as the Unreal Engine and Oculus Rift.
Razer continues to get more support for OSVR, grabbing big names such as Ubisoft and giving the device more features such as 1080p resolution as well as positional tracking, and augmented reality.
Arena currently has single-elimination format tournaments but will allow user-created tournaments in March.
Razer's Forge TV works with a controller or lapboard specifically designed for the Android gaming console.
Razer has taken the initiative to create a free, open-source virtual reality standard. Not only that, but the company offers a $200 development kit that includes a VR head-mounted display.