Evil Controllers Kicks Off ‘Girl Gaming Month’ With Pink Camo Xbox 360 Pad


Evil Controllers, makers of that awesome Evil D-pad Xbox 360 controller mod I reviewed late last year, has formally proclaimed February as ‘Girl Gaming Month,’ a month dedicated to empowering the often overlooked community of female gamers. And nothing says women’s empowerment like a Pink Camouflage Xbox 360 controller!

Starting today, you can order the stylish and sexy Pink Camo Evil Controller to show how proud you are to be a girl gamer. Secure men who aren’t afraid to admit they like the color pink are certainly welcome to pick one up too. After all, a portion of the proceeds Evil Controllers earns on each sale will be donated to the Susan G. Komen foundation for breast cancer research. One of these would sure make a great Valentine’s Day gift for the girl gamer in your life — she gets a nice controller to play with and also knows that you donated to the fight against breast cancer in her name. That’s a win-win!


There are a variety of ways to purchase the Pink Camo controller. A Girl Gamer Evil Bundle, including the controller with Auto burst mod (other mods can be added at extra cost), a Girl Gamer tank top, a pair of Evil Sticks and a keychain, is available for $154.99. The Pink Camo Imaging by itself runs $34.99 and can be added to any modded controller, and a non-modded controller sells for $79.99. Even the tank top is sold separately at a price of $14.99.

Evil Controllers is also working with OpTic Gaming’s Girls Division to host a girl gamer video montage contest throughout the entire month of February — no boys allowed!


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