How about a compact gamepad for playing online battle arena games on your smartphone

Ask for mobile game controllers and you’ll be spoilt for choices. Be it the Backbone One, Razer Kishi, SteelSeries Stratus+, 8BitDo Ultimate or Sony DualSense – all these gamepads bring better control to your gaming exploits on a smaller screen. No longer do you have to struggle with looking at screens when all the controls are overlayed on the interface, thereby limiting the vision.

While some mobile gaming controllers sandwich your device and turn it into something like a Nintendo Switch, others claw it on top for an Xbox-like in-hand fell. Both these interfaces are well suited for Battle Royale, racing or fighting games. So, when a gamepad dedicated to online battle arena or RPG titles like League of Legends, Glory of Kings and Peace Elite arrives; it is bound to grab our attention.

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Unlike all the popular gamepad configurations, this one has a different layout and a less intrusive physical presence. There are four buttons in total – two on the top, one on the front and one on the back. The controller dubbed Game Remote Sensing allows users to operate more conveniently and quickly, and improves the overall gaming experience.

While the left-hand side is purely the tactile input of the controller, the right side is free for configuring of the on-screen buttons for more tactical gameplay. Doing away with the right-hand side physical buttons and triggers keeps the overall footprint of the controller down and also consumes lesser battery since it is connected via Bluetooth.


When not in use the gamepad folds down to the size of a retro flip phone – both in length and thickness. This makes it ultra-pocketable and easy to carry around. Indeed the perfect gaming accessory for users who love gaming on their phones.