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Valve and Plantronics team up for Counter-Strike, Team Fortress 2, Portal, Dota 2 headsets

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Valve has partnered with hardware manufacturer Plantronics to produce gaming headsets branded with four of the studio's major brands and games, Counter-Strike, Team Fortress 2, Portal and Dota 2, reports VentureBeat.

Logos for Counter-Strike, Portal's Aperture Laboratories, Team Fortress 2's Mann Co. and Dota 2 are available on Plantronics' $79.99 GameCom 780 headsets and the $299.99 GameCom Commander units, both of which are compatible with PCs.

In addition, according to VentureBeat, Valve will promote the devices with in-game content and tournaments.

The headsets are available for purchase in Valve's and Plantronics' online stores.