Get our favourite streaming webcam, mic, and more in Elgato's Cyber Monday deals

Elgato streaming peripherals Cyber Monday
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As far as peripherals are concerned, Elgato covers a lot of ground, but the brand is probably best known for streamer gear. If you're after a streamer foot pedal or green screen mousepad from a well-known PC gaming brand, then it's likely you're looking at Elgato. Of course, being a brand name means their coolest kit doesn't tend to go for cheap, unless you wait for Cyber Monday sales like this one.

A surprising amount of Elgato kit is on sale through the brand's Amazon store for Cyber Monday. Not only is the excellent Elgato HD60 X External Capture Card up for grabs, but there are sweet deals for webcams, mics, and Stream Deck controllers. Aussies can look forward to a few extra Elgato deals on the AU Amazon store which we'll cover below.

Our favourite webcam tops the list: the Elgato Facecam. We dubbed this the best cam you can get for streaming thanks to the uncompressed 1080p 60 fps video it spits out. The Elgato Facecam is one of the best cams you can get without moving up to a pricy DLSR solution and has excellent hub software to go with it. Usually it retails for around $170, but right now it's down to $140 USD. On the Australian store it's $189, which is 27% off its usual $259 price tag.

The Elgato Wave:3 is one of our favourite mics if you want an excellent allrounder for streaming and gaming. I use one of these to record podcasts and get excellent sound quality, though sometimes it needs a little help from Nvidia's RTX sound thanks to all my ambient noise. It's a great cardioid mic that gets even better when you know it's nearly 30% off. The Elgato Wave: 3 is down from $150 to $110 USD. Those of us in Australia can grab it for $167, down from its marked price of $239. An easy recommendation to make for gamers and streamers alike.

Elgato FaceCam

Elgato Facecam| 1080p60 | DSLR Style Control | $169.99 $139.99 at Amazon (save $30)
Our favourite webcam, especially when it comes to streaming, is always easy to recommend but especially so when it's on sale. If you're not wanting to step up to a full DLSR setup, then this is a great choice to enhance the quality of your stream.

Those looking for a little more control in their life can grab one of the Elgato Stream Deck MK.2 studio controllers in either black or white. We've recently seen the new Stream Deck +, which features tactile knobs and a touch screen, which this model doesn't offer. If that matters to you it may be worth holding out, but others can grab it for 20% off right now, bringing the price down from $150 USD to $120. That's down from $239 AUD to $169 saving 29% for those of us down under.

Now that we've finished dishing out deals to the yanks we can cover some exclusive AU bargains, like both the low- and high-profile versions of the Elgato Wave Mic Arm. A mic arm can really help save room on your desk and make your setup a bit more flexible, and Elgato's are pretty good and use standard connections. I have one myself and the difference an arm over a standard desk mic can make is huge. Just make sure the sizes will definitely fit the mic you're going for before you make the big discounted purchase. These are down from $149 AUD to $119 saving you $30 dollarydoos.

Elgato Wave 3

Elgato Wave:3 | Streaming and Gaming Mic | USB Condenser Cardioid | $149.99 $109.99 at Amazon (save $40)
This is one of the better allrounder mics you can currently get your sweet lips in front of. Whether your gaming or streaming this mic will clearly present you to your audience.

The Elgato Green Screen is also on sale, though it still feels like a very pricy piece of kit at $189 AUD, it is down from $259. This retractable green screen looks super useful for streamers, but you can get the same effect with some green cloth. Still, the ease of setup, wrinkle-free promise, and ability to keep it nice and tidy are pretty huge selling points, and it's a little less expensive than usual.

Last is the Elgato Key Light Air, which is another one of those products that's a little harder on your wallet. You can get fairly capable light diffusing solutions much cheaper, but they probably won't look as nice or be as easy to use. These are bafflingly expensive at full price, going for $219 AUD, so with a $59 discount bringing it to $160, now is definitely the time.

If you're on the hunt for more Cyber Monday deals from all sorts of brands make sure to check out our excellent collection of savings. Whether you're after other mic and streaming deals or anything related to PC gaming, we've got you covered.

Hope Corrigan
Hardware Writer

Hope’s been writing about games for about a decade, starting out way back when on the Australian Nintendo fan site Since then, she’s talked far too much about games and tech for publications such as Techlife, Byteside, IGN, and GameSpot. Of course there’s also here at PC Gamer, where she gets to indulge her inner hardware nerd with news and reviews. You can usually find Hope fawning over some art, tech, or likely a wonderful combination of them both and where relevant she’ll share them with you here. When she’s not writing about the amazing creations of others, she’s working on what she hopes will one day be her own. You can find her fictional chill out ambient far future sci-fi radio show/album/listening experience podcast right here. No, she’s not kidding.