We got our hands on the League of Legends Razer Goliathus Speed Edition mouse mat to find out how it feels and whether it can improve your game.
Check out what we think in this special look.
This is a League of Legends Collector’s Edition mouse mat based on the already popular Razer Goliathus mouse mats which have been available for some time.
It’s a Speed Edition which has a slick cloth weave for precise control and smooth movement. It has an anti-fraying stitched frame – there’s no rough edges that can get worn away easily. Plus, the mat has a rubber base so it’ll stay firmly on your desk, and can be rolled up and taken along to tournaments, for example.
It’s priced at around £20 and measures 35.5cm wide and 25.4cm long, making it longer than your usual mat but perfect for gaming – especially frantic first-person shooters, RPGs and MOBA games like League of Legends.
You can get a Razer-branded non-LoL version for around £15 on Amazon, so for £20 this isn’t bad. It also comes with a free unlock code for the in-game Tryndamere champion.
It’s likely this has been produced in limited numbers, making it a good investment for collectors. For example, the Dragon Age II Goliathus mouse mat that launched a few years back is now worth around £40+ online.
The mat also works brilliantly with the customisable Razer Naga Hex LoL mouse – which you can see in the video below:
All in all we found the League of Legends Razer Goliathus mouse mat a great PC/Mac gaming accessory and a must for the big LoL fans out there.
Dom is an award-winning writer and finalist of the Esports Journalist of the Year 2023 award. He graduated from Bournemouth University with a 2:1 degree in Multi-Media Journalism in 2007.
As a long-time gamer having first picked up the NES controller in the late ’80s, he has written for a range of publications including GamesTM, Nintendo Official Magazine, industry publication MCV and others. He worked as head of content for the British Esports Federation up until February 2021, when he stepped back to work full-time on Esports News UK and offer esports consultancy and freelance services. Note: Dom still produces the British Esports newsletter on a freelance basis, so our coverage of British Esports is always kept simple – usually just covering the occasional press release – because of this conflict of interest.