Cinch Tech Kickstarter Campaign - Be the first!





Cinch Gaming Launches Cinch Tech via Kickstarter



Friday April 8, 2016

Today Cinch Gaming launched their highly anticipated Cinch Tech controller technology on Kickstarter. Aimed to get the word out about their technology on a global scale, Cinch Gaming is offering up their new Cinch Tech to early adopters via Kickstarter. Early bird specials can land a few lucky consumers the technology for as little as $149 per controller. Those who don't get in on the early bird special still stand to save at least $20 off the normal retail price of $199.

In addition to discounted Cinch Tech controllers Cinch Gaming is offering to list all contributors on a special page of their website devoted to contributors as well as Tweet them out over Twitter. $30 or more contributors will also get a special edition Cinch Tech T-shirt and Certificate of Appreciation.

With high hopes of a very successful Kickstarter campaign, Cinch Gaming intends to prove to the world that Cinch Tech can really help players improve their game.

Click Here to purchase a Cinch Tech game controller via Kickstarter.



Cinch Tech Set to Launch in Early 2016





Cinch Gaming Announces Upcoming Cinch Tech Product Launch



Friday October 23, 2015

Today Cinch Gaming announced that they intend to release their new and upcoming Cinch Tech in early 2016. Patent pending and intended to tell a user how skilled they are at a particular game, Cinch Tech aims to be the next big thing in competitive gaming. Originally slated for a 2015 Holiday launch, Owner and CEO of Cinch Gaming Jim Hackney commented: "We want to make sure that Cinch Tech is refined and working to perfection before the product launch. We think that this will the biggest controller technology of the future and we want to make sure we do it right. I know a lot of people are waiting on the launch of Cinch Tech so we are offering free installation for any current customers who would like to upgrade their controller with Cinch Tech when it launches early next year."

Cinch Tech upgrades a standard game controller with an intelligent microchip that tracks button and thumb stick movements. Data recorded by the chip is then statistically processed and returns a "score" back to the user informing them how they performed during a certain game session. Outfitted with an onboard Bluetooth chip, Cinch Tech enabled controllers can also pair with any iPhone or Android enabled mobile device to display game scores and statistics to users. Additionally users can track progress over time to see which areas they are performing well at and which areas to work on.

With the successful launch of Cinch Tech in early 2016, Cinch Gaming intends to prove to the world that in-game scores and statistics are only half the picture. For the first time ever, Cinch Gaming intends to help gamers improve their skill levels simply by using a game controller in new ways.

Regardless of if you are a believer in the new technology or not, there's one thing that's for certain, everyone is going to want to give it a try.



Cinch Gaming Launches Cinch Streaming App





New Streaming App Set to change how you watch streams



Wednesday October 21, 2015

Today Cinch Gaming launched their new streaming software known as the Cinch Streaming App. First announced at the MES25k and intended for gamers to use while streaming games over the internet, the Cinch Streaming App features a keyboard and mouse wireframe image overlaid onto a "green screen". Whenever a user presses a keyboard or mouse button, the corresponding button lights up on the Streaming App display.

Intended for use with 3rd party applications such as XSplit or Open Broadcaster Software, the Cinch Streaming App features a unique and interesting feature called 'Action Messages'. Action Messages are animated text that is displayed whenever a user presses a user-defined key or combination of key presses. Messages are customizable in font, color, size, and animation style.

The app is available as a free download but if you wish to unlock some of the color customization and keep using the streaming app beyond the trial period of seven days you'll need to upgrade to a premium account. Premium accounts are available for $9.99 and give the user a premium license good for one full year.

In addition Cinch Gaming offers an "Animation Pack". Available as a one-time purchase users can opt to pay an additional $4.99 to unlock seven additional Action Message animations. Action Message animations determine how the text disappears from the screen.

While there have been other programs that allow users to share keyboard and mouse button presses, none of them have been as focused on the streaming community as the Cinch Streaming App. Jam packed with features and available at a fair price, the Cinch Streaming App is sure to enhance the streaming experience.