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Bugha’s stream setup: Keyboard, mouse, and more

Bugha might be young, but as the first Fortnite World Cup champion, the gamer has quickly risen to the top of esports at the ripe age of 17.

He’s not one of Twitch’s top gamers, but with an average of 12,822 viewers over the past year according to audience tracker Sully Gnome, Bugha has a respectable following. 

Meanwhile his 1,687 hours streamed in the past year show that he’s determined to make content creation a career. He might not have the same level of experience as some of the more tenured Twitch streamers like DrLupo or TimTheTatman, but Bugha can reel in viewers just the same.

Here is Bugha’s streaming setup.

Mouse: Logitech G Pro Wireless

A mouse is one of the most important peripherals of a Fortnite player. Placing builds and landing that killing shot will depend on your mouse, and a millisecond may change a skirmish’s outcome.

Bugha uses a Logitech G Pro wireless gaming mouse, which is one of the best alternatives on the market if you’re looking to ditch cables. Though wireless gaming mice have been behind the cabled competition in terms of overall input lag, there have been enough developments to close the performance gap. Wireless gaming mice practically have the same response rate and input lag as wired peripherals, and Logitech decked out the G Pro wireless with top-of-the-line internals.

Getting a Logitech G Pro wireless may not turn you into the next Fortnite World Cup champion, but you’ll have access to 25,000 maximum DPI and Logitech’s HERO sensor.

Made with a series 5000 Aircraft grade aluminum frame, the Apex Pro TKL is one of the more high-end keyboards around. Without a number pad, the tournament-style piece is compact, but has all of the features you could possibly want from…