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According to CNET, Ouya plans to sell itself to Razer, a PC game accessories company. Ouya, the company that launched its Android-based game micro-console in 2013 after a successful support on Kickstarter, has seen challenges against the competition. In the world of micro-consoles, Ouya has seen the hardships in the industry against other devices such as Roku, Amazon’s Fire TV, Google’s Chromecast, Mad Cats’ Wikipad, Apple TV and others.

The purpose of Ouya has been to offer an affordable Android micro-console with “free-to-try” games to attract gamers to purchase mobile titles played with Ouya on TVs.

Back in April, Fortune reported Ouya was looking for a buyer.

The report by CNET is still not confirmed. A Razer spokesperson only mentioned the company does not “comment on speculation or rumors.”

In the case of Razer, the company’s Razer Edge game tablet was selected among the Best of CES 2013, winning Best Gaming Product of CES 2013.

If Razer buys Ouya, what will the future of the Ouya micro-console?

[Sources]: CNET: Video game console maker Ouya is in negotiations to sell itself, possibly to Razer. Engadget: Razer is in talks to buy OUYA, reports say (update).

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