Razer is trying really hard to get in the living room of the gaming community. We saw at CES 2015 some of their VR tech that apparently was pretty incredible and with their commitment to the micro-console market and Android TV, they are continuing to beg for your attention. Now that they've acquired the software section - as well as publishing partners of OUYA, they have a chance to leverage even more toward their goal. On a completely unrelated note, co-founder Julie Uhrman walked away.
In the near future, Razer will be providing existing OUYA users with a clear path of migration to the more advanced Forge TV micro-console and Serval controller bundle. Razerâs intention is to allow OUYA users to bring their games, controllers, and accounts to the Cortex TV platform on the Forge micro-console, advancing the experience of Android gaming on TV that they have previously enjoyed.