Your mouse certainly determines whether you’re going to have a pleasant gaming experience or a frustrating one. This experience depends on several physical aspects such as your hand size and preferred grip style, and hardware aspects such as sensor accuracy and shape of the mouse. If you’re a competitive gamer, the genre of game you’re playing also becomes a factor before you pick a mouse to play games. FPS games demand sensor accuracy whereas you can do away with MOBA games using mice with average sensors. Extra buttons act as an advantage when playing MOBA games, allowing gamers to assign macros and binds to them. This genre requires a lot of repetitive steps, hence converting them into macros makes things easier by giving the players an advantage to quickly execute them. FPS games also have binds that can serve as an advantage but for competitive gamers, the generally low sensor accuracy on such mice is a deal breaker.
We’ve received very few MOBA-centric mice and among them, we are comparing two of the best. The Corsair Scimitar PRO RGB has a wonderful build quality and a staggering number pad of 10 buttons. On the other hand, we have the Steelseries Rival 500 which has a great ergonomic design and vibration motor inside to shake during in-game events.
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