OTK comes up with a new pc building company named starforge systems – One True King (OTK), a personality-driven gaming organization, has launched Starforge Systems, its very own PC manufacturing business, to enter the PC industry. The organization, which is made up of well-known Twitch users including Asmongold, Mizkif, and Sodapoppin, is launching the company in association with another content producer named Moist Cr1TiKaL.
As of now, the statement follows that the organization had announced last week that it would present an unclearly named “Project Saturn”. The business enters a field that is crowded with companies like NZXT and CyberPowerPC, which have strong Twitch marketing presences.
OTK comes up with a new pc building company named starforge systems
And if an enterprise can contend with them, it would be the one that could take advantage of OTK’s large pool of content producers. Stargforge will capitalize on its relationship with OTK to further its brand promotion. In 2021, 267 million hours of watch time with around 53 million followers were seen by OTK’s content creators, as reported by the company.
OTK and MoistCr1TiKaL have announced a joint venture, launching their very own PC building company known as Starforge Systems pic.twitter.com/hac220IOla— Jake Lucky (@JakeSucky) August 8, 2022
The corporate website will offer Starforge Systems for sale. Over nearly an hour and a half of performing comedy routines, OTK formally presented the idea during its “quarterly shareholder meeting.” Starting at $999.99, the firm is now offering four distinct pre-built computers. Players may add specific Razer peripherals to their PC orders, with the most expensive pre-build priced at $3,499.99.
Following a partnership with the now-defunct brand Artesian Builds, which filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in April while still owing customers over than $1 million in unfilled orders, OTK decided to launch its own PC building business.
Asmongold acknowledged working with the company on his stream last month, however, he also said that OTK was unaware of the internal strife that caused Artesian to close its doors. “We didn’t know any of this shit,” he stated. “This shit happened, and then we pulled out of the partnership.”
Artesian became famous for its many collaborations with content producers. But following investigations by Gamers Nexus, its CEO, Noah Katz, has come under scrutiny for alleged poor management of the business.
A portion of the leadership of Starforge will have previously worked for Artesian. Nick Dankner, a previous COO of Artesian, will operate as its CEO. Dankner departed Artesian at the end of 2021, however, based on his claimed employment history, it appears that ever since March, he has served as the CEO of a “stealth startup.” Nate Blanchette, a development veteran with ten years’ expertise, will serve as his CTO.