Player One Coffee Will Have You Screaming “LEEEROOYYYY JENKINNNNNS” In No Time
For those moments when you’re not quite sure when the sun decided to come up …
“We mean it when we say it. Everyone who works at Player One Coffee has spent countless nights where the phrase “just one more game” has been uttered dozens of times. ‘Just one more game’ turns into twenty more games when you’re sipping on Player One Coffee.” The company over at Player One Coffee offers four key coffees for gamers to choose from, they’ve got light roasts, dark roasts, and that lovely “holy shit” roast:
- Leeroy Jenkins Extra Caffeine – $14.99
- Overclocked Omen Dark Roast – $14.99
- God’s Gift to Gamers Medium Roast – $14.99
- First Person Smoother Light Roast – $14.99
“Player One Coffee shares this vision and hopes to bring about this world by producing premium coffee blends roasted by gamers, for gamers. Player One Coffee packs the punch to give you the mental acuity you need to rise to any virtual challenge. Other brands are lacking in this regard, a fact that stems from how they view gaming.
Other brands will tell you that playing video games is the epitome of laziness, but gamers know better. Competitive online games require skills honed through dedication and practice, an intense level of focus, and an insatiable drive to be the best. Other coffee brands refuse to acknowledge these facts, dooming them to rely on luck to beat Player One Coffee’s clear edge in skill.
The next time you’re going over your items to enter a dungeon, rescue the princess, or game with some friends, you know what type of coffee should be in your inventory.”
Which one of these delectable cofveves have struck your fancy? Are you bold enough for Leroy Jenkins, or is the First Person Smoother more to your tastes? Sound off with your thoughts in the comment section below, and don’t forget to check out DFTG on Twitter for gaming and entertainment news live 24/7!
Matt Ruppert637 Posts
Navy Veteran with a penchant for the FPS genre, Chewy has all aspects of the gaming community covered. Don't expect to see him on a console any time soon, however - though he has experience in all platforms, the PC Master Race has a firm hold on him.