What are the most essential items in Marcus Rashfords life. A Football, his dog, football boots or earpods? All of the above, but as Marcus recently shared in the lastest episode of “10 Things You Cant Live Without” by GQ Sports, he also loves his POGA Pro Case. “We have a lot of time to rest. So I can just take the case with me, a few games and I am good to go”, says Rashford.Marcus prefers his PlayStation over any handheld device: “As long as I have my PlayStation I can speak with my friends online, I play games with them and I am good”. Check out the video, if you want to see his favorite games and what other items beside his POGA Pro he thinks are the most important in his daily life.
With a bit of luck, gaming fans will have a special reason to celebrate Christmas 2020. The holidays might see the release of the new PlayStation 5. Granted, Sony has not revealed a lot of information yet. But the things we DO know sound exciting, to say the least. In this article we present to you all the official (and unofficial but plausible) facts about Sony's new console.
Of course, the new PlayStation 5 will be available with our Poga Pro Cases. Alternatively, you can have your existing Indigaming PlayStation 4 case upgraded with the new console.
Hardware and Performance
The new PlayStation 5 will be powered by an eight core processor with Custom AMD Navi GPU. An unofficial leak puts the chip's performance at 9.2 Teraflops. If this is true, the console could render games more than four times faster than the PlayStation 4. But the new hardware also comes with other perks:
For the first time, the PlayStation 5 will feature hardware-based Ray Tracing, a technology responsible for realistic light and shadow effects. Thanks to this advancement, games will look even more lifelike – without causing frame rates to drop. If you own a state of the art TV, you can enjoy even more visual pleasure, as the PlayStation 5 will support 8K resolution.
Responsible for the perfect ambience is a 3D Audio Chip. Detailed hardware specs are not available yet. However, lead system architect Mark Cerny announced that the PlayStation 5 will set the new gold standard for console sound. Many experts place their bet on the use of DolbyAtmos. This would mean that sounds in video games come from all directions, even from above or below the player – a good reason to save money for some new headphones.
Hard Drive and Disc Drive
Sony has listened to its fans. For the first time, the developers are implementing an SSD card in the new PlayStation 5. This will make the hard drive a whopping 19 times faster than the predecessor. Not only will this help get rid of loading screens. An SSD drive also allows for games with far bigger data, which makes things like sharper textures and seamless Open World simulations possible. Users will also have the option to install games bit by bit, for example if they only want to use the Singleplayer or Multiplayer mode.
PlayStation 5 games will still be released in physical form on Blue Ray Discs. As a new feature, however, the disc drive will be able to play Blue Ray movies in 4K quality.
It is official: PlayStation 4 games will run on the PlayStation 5. Nostalgic players should be excited: Rumor has it that PlayStation 1 titles will be compatible with the new console in one form or the other. This comes from a potential insider who in a tweet advised players not to throw away their old games. Alternatively, old titles could re-launch with improved graphics. Sony did celebrate the PlayStation´s 25th birthday in 2019. As a gift to loyal fans, both possibilities do not seem far-fetched.
The exact design of the PS5 controller is still a mystery. What has been confirmed is that it sports a USB C port and can be plugged into the PlayStation 4. Highly plausible are two additional keys that can be assigned manually.
Vibration has long been a feature of PlayStation controllers. The 5th generation will bring this technology to a whole new level of realism thanks to Haptic Feedback. Developer announcements sound like Science Fiction: Imagine walking on rocks, through mud or high grass in a video game. Haptic Feedback promises to simulate these different surfaces with realistic vibrations. Another feature is called "Trigger Adaptive Resistance". To illustrate it, Sony uses the example of drawing a bowstring, which gets harder the longer you pull. The new controller will simulate this effect with varying key resistance, for example demanding more pressure to fire a heavy weapon. FPS games in particular could reach new heights of realism thanks to this feature.
While 5th generation PlayStation VR has not been confirmed officially, Sony did take out a patent for a new VR headset with 5 cameras. This wireless model will definitely not be released with the PS 5. However, VR headsets for PlayStation 4 will be compatible with the new console.
Titles for the new PlayStation 5 include:
Final Fantasy 16
Dying Light 2
Watch Dogs Legion
Gods and Monsters
Rainbow Six: Quarantine
Nothing official has surfaced from the developers yet. According to a leak, the PlayStation 5 will cost 499 USD. This sounds legit, as Sony has already revealed they do not want to charge more than 500 USD. However, one should not hope for a price below 400 USD due to the new, expensive cooling system used for the PS 5.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is visibly excited as he opens the suitcase made of high-quality aluminum and synthetics. Even more so when the suitcase reveals a POGA Pro Case equipped with a PlayStation 4 console. This calls for a match in FIFA 20. Luckily, Aubameyang can play as himself in the football game, ranking among the top 30 players. Many fans even say the 6"2 striker should be stronger in-game to reflect his football prowess in real life.
Aubameyang´s extraordinary talent and agility were already apparent when he was 6 years old. But this does not mean success was handed to him. After he had earned his spurs at clubs like FCO Dujon and AS Saint-Étienne, and after winning the French League Cup in 2013, Aubameyang transferred to Borussia Dortmund in the First Bundesliga. There he scored 3 goals in his debut game alone. In 2017 he helped Borussia win the DFB Cup. The same year he was awarded Top Goalscorer with 31 goals. Since 2018, Aubameyang has been playing for the FC Arsenal who bought him for the record sum of 56 Million Pounds. Coach Mikel Arteta once called Aubameyang the team's most important player. No wonder that he bears the captain's armband now. He is also captain of Gabon's national team and helped his motherland reach the quarter final of the Africa Cup in 2012.
Aubameyang is renowned for his agility and deadly precision as a striker, able to fill multiple offensive positions. This makes him a top choice in FIFA, as well. To fully utilize Aubameyang´s amazing speed, you need the right hardware, of course. Luckily, the POGA Pro´s monitor boasts quick reaction times of 1 millisecond, allowing for super-smooth frame rates without any delays. A large 22 inch screen diagonal and the ultra-crisp resolution of 1.920 x 1.080 pixels make every detail on the field clearly visible.
Even after winning many important titles, Aubameyang shows no signs of retiring. It is uncertain whether he will stay at FC Arsenal or seek new glory abroad. One thing is certain, however: With the POGA Pro Case he now owns the perfect travel companion and can unwind with a game of FIFA at any time. Thanks to the second controller, he is able to show his skills against team-mates and friends. And maybe his colleagues from the national team want to challenge their captain to a duel in FIFA´s multiplayer. No matter where his career might take Aubameyang – thanks to the POGA Pro Case, trips are bound to be exciting.
There he is – Robinho, proudly presenting his new POGA Pro Case by Indigaming. His two children are glowing with excitement, too. Who will be the first to play on this portable console? And can dad handle the controller as well as he handles the real ball?
One thing is for sure: Robinho, whose real name is Robson de Souza, does not have to prove anything anymore when it comes to football. He started playing in the slums of Sao Paolo before being signed by FC Santos – the same club that had discovered football legend Pelé 50 years earlier. In 2003, Robinho and his teammates made it to the finals of the Copa Libertadores, South America's equivalent to the UEFA Champions League.
It was not long before European clubs set eyes on the new forward talent, and in 2005 Robinho transferred to Real Madrid. After great success in Spain, he moved on to win the Italian Serie A for AC Milan in 2011. Robinho also earned his stripes in the National Team of Brazil – contributing to their victory in the Copa America 2007. He was named top scorer and most valuable player of this tournament. As if this was not enough, he also helped Brazil win the FIFA Confederations Cup twice.
The World Cup Title has so far been out of reach for Robinho. But at least he has a chance to win it on the virtual turf now. Thanks to his new POGA Pro Case Robinho can lead the Brazilian team to victory at any time. Dribblings, faints and tricks in astonishing speed are his trademark, often leaving his opponents dumbfounded. Of course, to pull this off on console, you need the right hardware. Luckily, the POGA Pro Case sports a lightning-quick reaction time of just 1 millisecond and processes player input immediately. Thanks to a large screen diagonal of 22 inches and a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, no detail on the field can escape your eye.
As an active player, Robinho is still traveling a lot – no problem with the POGA Pro. Due to low resistance wheels and ergonomic handles, the case can be transported easily. With a length of only 31 inches it fits perfectly on the living room table as well as in the cabins of the team plane. High-quality synthetics and aluminum offer maximum heat and bump resistance. The case has been fitted perfectly for the dimensions of the PlayStation 4, so everything stays where it should. And the best thing: A second controller is included. Now, Robinho can challenge his friends and teammates to a match. And who knows: Maybe he will meet his old comrades Beckham, Zidane and Ronaldo in FIFA 20´s multiplayer mode.
What a surprise! The innocent-looking suitcase on the table turns out to be a brand-new POGA Pro Case equipped with a PlayStation 4. Givanildo Vieira de Souza, or simply "Hulk", is visibly pleased – no wonder. Now the Brazilian forward can play as himself in the new FIFA 20. The developers have designed his virtual doppelganger true to life: De Souza is one of the strongest players in FIFA 20, and the ideal choice if you want to steamroll your opponent's defense. His long distance kicks with speeds of up to 93 mph are highly dangerous, too. However, it was not brute strength alone that got Givanildo where he is today, but also perseverance and hard work.
The 6 feet tall juggernaut started out in his home country Brazil for the EC Vitória. What followed were stints in Japan, at Kawasaki Frontale and Consadole Sapporo. For the latter, he scored 25 goals in 38 matches. One year later he helped Tokyo Verdy re-enter the First League. In 2008 Hulk went to Europe and signed the contract at FC Porto. After winning the Portuguese Championship 3 times, he transferred to Zenit St. Petersburg and helped them win the Russian Championship. Since 2016, Hulk has been playing for Shanghai SIPG, a club that bought him for the record sum of 52 Million Euros.
Givanildo has also shown an amazing performance in the National Team of Brazil. At the FIFA Confederations Cup 2013 he played in every match and contributed greatly to Brazil's victory. Unfortunately, the team only got to 4th place during the World Cup in 2014. But as compensation, Hulk can re-write football history on the virtual turf and win the match against Netherlands.
With his new POGA Pro Case he now owns the perfect travel companion, for example on flights to away games. Thanks to ergonomic handles and low-resistance wheels, the case can be transported easily. At the same time, the POGA Pro sets new technical standards for mobile gaming. A 22 inch screen provides perfect visibility, and the 1.920 x 1.080 Full HD resolution brings out every detail beautifully. Especially in multiplayer matches, fast reaction times of 1 millisecond give you the edge over your opponent. Alternatively, Hulk can challenge his friends and team-mates, thanks to the second controller. Fumbling with cables is a thing of the past. Instead, just plug the case in and you are ready to go. The console is well protected by a casing made of synthetics and aluminum. Due to this quality design Made in Germany, Hulk will be able to enjoy his console for a long time – at home and abroad.
What is one of the best football players in the world doing after retirement? Playing FIFA, of course. However, the match will not be easy. David Villa's son has also discovered his dad's new POGA Pro Case made by Indigaming. Now "The Wonder", as Spanish fans call him, can show his worth against a younger generation. But no matter who wins or loses – David Villa has already secured his place in the football Hall of Fame. The makers of FIFA 20 immortalized him with a legendary Golden Card – a title well earned.
Being obsessed with football from childhood, David Villa turned pro at the tender age of 18. Only one year later he was already playing for the first team of Sporting Gijon. It was not long before he moved up to the First League, where he later played for FC Valencia with great success. 2011 he won the UEFA Champions League with his new teammates from FC Barcelona.
David Villa's success in the Spanish National Team will forever go down in football history. 2008, his four goals assisted in Spain's Euro Cup title. 2010 he helped Spain win their first World Cup ever and was awarded as second-best striker of the tournament. European and World Champion, Spanish all-time top scorer and a place among the 3 best strikers on the planet – there is hardly anything in the football world David Villa did not achieve. Nonetheless, the native Asturian has remained down to earth, attributing much of his glory to the help of teammates like Messi, Silva and Torres.
Highly dangerous with both feet, lightning-fast and flexible on the field – if you are looking for a forward allrounder in FIFA 20, David Villa is the top pick for your Spanish team. However: Players who want to copy Villa's real life success on the virtual turf, need the right hardware. Thanks to the POGA Pro Case with its powerful 22 inch display in full HD, not the slightest move on the screen will be lost to you. The super-fast reaction time of 1 millisecond will give you the edge in the battle against real opponents.
Even after his retirement as an active player, David Villa is still busy and travels a lot. Luckily, he now owns a console that comes in handy, pocket-size dimensions. With a height of just 80 cm, the POGA Pro Case fits everywhere, even as hand luggage on the airplane. Playing a FIFA match above the clouds is no problem anymore. Ergonomic handles and low resistance wheels allow for excellent transportability. At the same time, robust materials provide maximum protection to the PlayStation 5 Console. You do not have to fumble with cables anymore. Just plug the Case in, and you are ready to go. Thanks to the second controller, David Villa can now challenge his son to a match. Or he might put his virtual doppelganger on the field against players from all over the world. One way or the other – with his new POGA Pro Case, boring trips are a thing of the past.
Switzerland, England, Spain, Egypt – like every Football Pro, Mo Salah is globetrotting all the time. In 2019, his teammates filmed Mo while he was taking a nap on the team´s jet. The viral video only made the "Egyptian King" more adorable to his fans. But what is the King to do on an airplane when he is not sleeping? Well, playing FIFA, of course. Indigaming´s new POGA Pro Case makes it possible.
If you think that a room, or at least a TV is needed to use the PlayStation 4, you are in for a surprise. The POGA Case can comfortably be put on an airplane table. Not even the stewardess knows that Mo Salah is packing high tech gear in a small package. From the outside, the POGA Pro looks like an elegant business suitcase – one that can be transported very easily, that is. But inside beats the heart of a state of the art gaming console. Whether you want to use PlayStation 4 Slim, PlayStation 4 Pro or Xbox One X: The POGA Cases are fitted perfectly for the dimensions of your console, so everything stays in place. High end materials guaranty maximum protection even on bumpy flights.
Plugging the console in only takes a few seconds, and thanks to the wireless controllers you do not have to fumble with the cables in a tight space. In no time Mo Salah his ready to put his virtual doppelganger on the field in FIFA 20. The Golden Boy from Egypt is not known for bragging. Nevertheless, he was immortalized with a golden Player Card in the new FIFA, and counts among the top 10 players in the whole game.
This will come as no surprise for his fans. The 27 year old has already had an amazing career. Everything began in the small village of Nagrig, where Salah started playing at the age of 11. In 2010, he gave his debut in Egypt´s Premier League. It was not long until this rising star went international. From 2012 to 2014 he was playing for FC Basel. He was even awarded the title "Swiss Football Player of the Year" 2013. Many more honors like this would follow. After great success in Florence and Rome, FC Liverpool bought the forward player for the record sum of 42 Million Euros. This investment has already paid for itself: In 2018, Salah celebrated his 32nd Premier League goal. The very same year, he helped Egypt´s National Team to its first World Cup nomination in 28 years.
Winning the World Cup for Egypt remains a dream. But on the virtual turf, Mo Salah can already practice for this goal. And thanks to his new POGA Pro Case he can do so while flying. Salah is not the only player who enjoys a match on the airplane. In his Instagram Post, sports manager Bruno Santos demonstrates how well the POGA Case fits into the cabin. With this Portable Gaming Device, time passes quickly – even on long distance flights.
What a surprise for international football star Kaká – as he is opening the seemingly innocent package, it turns out to be a POGA Playstation Case. Now he has a fully functioning console in one box. No need to fumble with the cables for minutes. Instead it´s plug and play. If only everything, including professional soccer, were that easy…
On the virtual turf he looks almost lifelike. Kaká has been immortalized as an Icon in the new FIFA 20. With his characteristic grin he is depicted on a special golden player card. Rightfully so. The football star, who retired in 2017, can look back on an exceptional success story.
For Kaká, or Ricardo Izecson dos Santos Leite, everything began in the youth team of FC Sao Paolo. At the tender age of 19, the native Brazilian turned pro for this team. In his first season alone he scored 12 goals. No wonder that a lot of European football clubs wanted to have this golden boy.
With AC Milano he won the First League as well as the Supercup. He also contributed to Milano´s Champions League victory in the year 2007. In 2015 he transferred to Real Madrid for the awe-inspiring sum of 65 Million Euros, and helped the team win the Spanish championship. He even had a stint in American soccer, playing for Orlando City.
However, the reason he will always be remembered is his time in Brazil´s National Team. In 2002 he won the World Cup. More victories like the FIFA Confederations Cup, the CONCACAF Goldcup and the Copa Roca between Brazil and Argentina followed. Apart from those highlights, Kaká was given the title Football Player of the Year by multiple leagues. He was even honoured as "World Football Player 2007" – a title given to stars like Ronaldo, Messi and Zidane.
Smooth movements, surprising sprints and clever strategy - Kaká´s play style is legendary. What is more, Kaká is able to use both feet and his head to score with deadly precision. His virtual doppelganger in FIFA 20 is standing on the shoulders of a giant. Fortunately, the POGA Playstation Case boasts the right technology to make Brazilian magic happen on the field. Thanks to a short reaction time of 1 milisecond, player input is immediately converted into virtual actions – in the best case a goal for your own team.
Clearly, only the best technology is worthy of a goalgetter like Kaká. Luckily, Indigaming´s POGA Cases set new standards for Portable Gaming. Only synthetic materials of the highest quality and solid aluminum are used to provide ultimate protection for the consol. Nonetheless, the POGA Cases are surprisingly light. Thanks to ergonomic handles and low resistance wheels, they can be transported with ease. Therefore, the case makes for an ideal companion away from home. And while playing, you can even use to USB ports to charge your cellphone.
Of course, with the POGA Case, you do not have to play alone. It contains 2 controllers for matches with friends. The Multiplayer function enables Kaká to play against opponents everywhere in the world. Thanks to German quality and longevity, Kaká will be able to enjoy his portable console for a long time. Even though he is retired, he can now relive his biggest football memories on the virtual field everywhere he wants.
For Kyle Walker, everything began in his hometown Sheffield, 60 Kilometers from Manchester. There he played for the boyhood club of Sheffield United when he was only 7 years old. As he progressed, people started to notice Walker´s exceptional talent. In 2009 he transferred to Tottenham Hotspur, the team for which he gave his Premier League debut. In 2012 he was awarded the title "PFA Young Player of the Year", and in 2017 Manchester City bought the upcoming Football Star for 56.7 Million Euros – more than anyone had paid for a defensive player ever before. Of course there were critics: Would Walker, who was not even 30 at that time, be able to live up to this astronomical sum? But Kyle showed them all, and in 2019 celebrated his hundredth game for the Citizens. What is more, the Sheffielder has already played for the English Team in 3 World Cups – most prominently in 2018.
The Englishman is not only known for his tight defense and his physical prowess. When put to work as an emergency goalkeeper against Atalanta BC, he showed his strength of nerves in the face of difficulty.
The future looks bright for Kyle Walker. His contract for Manchester City will last until at least 2024. Already he has won all important English Football Cups with his mates in blue. The biggest dream remains getting the Champions League trophy, of course. For this goal, Kyle Walker can now train on the virtual turf in FIFA 20 when he is not training under the watchful guidance of Pep Guardiola. The POGA PlayStation Case makes it possible. On the outside it looks like an innocent suitcase. Inside, however, the Case packs a fully functional PlayStation 4 console – ready to plug in and play. The 22" screen from ASUS sports a high resolution of 1.920 x 1.080 pixels, as well as quick reaction times of 1 millisecond. This is essential to make player input visible on the screen immediately.
With the POGA PlayStation Case, gamers cannot only play at home, but also away. Thanks to ergonomic handles and low resistance wheels, the case can be transported with ease. At the same time the console is protected by high quality casing made of synthetics and aluminum. All POGA Cases are developed and assembled in Germany – so English Football pros like Kyle Walker can benefit from German quality and longevity.
In the world of Professional Football, minutes count. Luckily, the POGA Case can be plugged in and started in no time. And thanks to the second controller, Kyle Walker is able to play against his teammates from Manchester City. Alternatively, he can use the Multiplayer option and challenge players from all over the world. No matter if you are at home or traveling: the POGA PlayStation Case is the perfect companion for Portable Gaming – not only for Football pros.
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