Subscribe to the PC Gamer UK magazine and get a free RGB mousepad

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PC Gamer magazine delivers in-depth reviews, reflective features, hand-picked previews, exclusive interviews, and extensive hardware coverage in every issue. We've been running for over 25 years, serving as an informative voice on everything PC gaming related, with some jokes thrown in for good measure. 

If you still don't have a subscription to PC Gamer, now is a good time to set it up. Subscribe to PC Gamer this month and you'll get six issues for £30 (saving you 49 percent) and a free Enmate Speedlink RGB mousepad worth £35. This is alongside the subscriber-exclusive covers and free gift code in the magazine each month. 

The free Enmate mousepad is more feature-heavy than your normal mouse mat. The edge is lined with RGB lights that have 10 different lighting modes, letting you match your mousepad's colour to the rest of your set-up. It also has in-built wireless charging, that can recharge compatible phones as you play.

Alongside the Enmate mousepad gift, you get six months of PC Gamer magazines for £30. That's six issues full of features, reviews, hardware analysis, and interviews for £5 an issue. If you like reading PCG on your phone or tablet, it's only an extra £2.50 to include digital copies with your subscription.

To get access to this special subscription offer, you can subscribe here over on MyFavouriteMagazines. The bundle’s URL should end with /enmate20. If you look under the 'Select your payment plan' you should be able to see the Speedlink Enmate RGB mousepad listed. Click the 'buy now' button and fill in your details.

Issue 344 is available on all your digital devices from the App Store and Zinio. You can also order any backlog copies, the PC Gamer Annual 2020, and PC Gamer t-shirts directly from MyFavouriteMagazines.


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