Masayoshi’s Gaming Setup: An in-depth look

Since his debut on, Masayoshi is a part of the streaming world. He started the streaming service as an outlet for his 3D editing skills, and also to share his gaming with friends. But in 2018, Masayoshi began really to focus on producing content. He was seeing 50 views per month by October 2018 and 500 by the end of 2019. By October 2020, it had grown to 3,000 viewers.

He is more of an entertainer now than a serious League of Legends player, but he cares about making sure that his gaming equipment is responsive to the demands of League of Legends. To give you an idea of what peripherals Masayoshi uses, we have compiled a list.


Masayoshi uses a FinalMouse x Ninja Air58 Mouse. Masayoshi uses the Cherry Blossom Red FinalMouse Air58 mouse in his gaming setup. This wired mouse was created in partnership with Ninja. Every mouse has a scroll wheel handpainted with unique Japanese haiku. Side-buttons on the right hand are more ambidextrous. The honeycomb shell is made from thin plastic with no lighting. It weighs only 58g (2oz).

The PMW3360 optical sensor is used to set it up. It offers preset levels of 400, 800 and 1600 dpi. This allows for a max acceleration of 50G, and maximum speed of 250 IPS. It measures 12.8x6x4cm (33.2 x 15.24x 10.16”), and doesn’t need any software.

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Masayoshi uses HyperX Fury S (XL), mousepad. HyperX Fury S mousepad is cloth-covered. The HyperX Fury S has a rubberized bottom to help keep it in position during gameplay sessions. It also features seamless anti-fray stitching that prevents it from fraying. Extra-large versions measure 90x42x0.4cm (35.4×16.54x 0.16″) You can also get it in 3 other sizes.

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Masayoshi uses SteelSeries Arctis Pro headset. Masayoshi uses the SteelSeries Pro wireless headset. This is also available from NateHill, Replays and other companies. SteelSeries Artis PRO is a wired gaming headset. The headset features 40mm drivers and hi-res speakers that produce a frequency range between 10-40KHz. It has a frequency response range that is twice as wide as the normal 20-20,000Hz. The nominal impedance is 32O.

The frame of the arctic ski-goggle is constructed from aluminum alloy and polished steel. It also features an airwoven performance fabric arctic ski helmet band. The earcups have a closed back to produce an X v2.0 surround sound effect. They are also padded with cooling gel-infused memory foam and leather-covered leather. The ProSpecs Glasses Relief System shapes the padding to fit glasses frames, providing extra comfort to gamers who wear glasses.

The microphone is retractable and noise-cancelling. It can be used in both directions. This microphone is compatible with PCs, Macs, and consoles.

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Masayoshi uses the Audio-Technica At2020 XLR microphone. The XLR version is the AT2020 microphone, which was created to maximize vocal recordings. The microphone has an unidirectional, polar pattern and operates with a side address. The frequency range of the device is 20 to 20,000 Hz with a nominal impedance 100O. You will require an XLR cable to connect to the audio interface, which has 48C+ power capability. However, this product comes with a stand mount that can be used with 5/8’’-27 or 3/8’’-16 stands and a adapter for 5/8’’-27 to 3/8’’-16 threaded stands.

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Masayoshi used a Sony A6000 camera. Semi-professional mirrorless camera, the Sony Alpha a6000 features an Exmor APS HD CMOS Sensor. It can shoot still photos at 4K resolution, and movie at 1080p at 60p. The battery can last for as long as 90 minutes and allows you to take up to 360 images. It has a frame rate of 11 fps and a 100-25,600 ISO range. Its hybrid autofocus features a 179-point focal-plan phase-detection and an impressive feature.

The OLED electronic viewfinder allows for every scene to have a contrast level of 1.4M dots. These specifications can be quite advanced, and not necessary for streamers who are just starting, unless they plan to create IRL content. Here are some simpler options for webcams.

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Masayoshi used a TC Helicon GoXLR mini mixer. GoXLR Mini, a compact version of the original mixer that does not include all the sounds effects found on it, is the smaller version. You can have one channel control, including Chat, Music, Mic and System. There is also a slider and mutes. The unit can handle one mic and one headset at once and has a phantom current of 48V+. A TS/TRSTRRS connector can be used to connect the microphone. A bleep button can be used to remove curse words, and there is a temporary muffle button that blocks out coughs or sneezes.

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Masayoshi started by streaming and sharing his gaming with friends, then focused on producing content and began to care more about making sure that his equipment was responsive to the demands of League of Legends. He uses a FinalMouse x Ninja Air58 Mouse, HyperX Fury S (XL), SteelSeries Pro

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