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Rival 300

  • Professional-grade, right-handed gaming mouse
  • Pixart PMW3310 optical sensor
  • RGB Illumination
old price $59.99 on sale for $49.99
old price $59.99 on sale for $49.99
old price $59.99 on sale for $49.99
price $69.99
price $59.99

High Quality Sensor

At the heart of Rival 300 is the Pixart PMW3310 optical sensor. The 3310 promises zero hardware acceleration, offering true 1:1 tracking and precise movements.

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30 Million Click Switches

Our proprietary SteelSeries engineered switches have a lifetime of over 30 million clicks and are the high-speed conduit between the sensor and mouse clicks.

About the Rival 300

The Rival 300 optical gaming mouse brings together unmatched performance and high levels of customization for the best professional-grade, right-handed gaming mouse. It features 6 programmable buttons and RGB illumination.


Soft Touch Black, Glossy White, Matte Grey


Ergonomic, Right-Handed

Grip Style

Palm or Claw

Number of Buttons


SteelSeries Switches

Rated for 30 Million Clicks


130 g, 0.287 lbs


133 mm, 5.23 in


70 mm, 2.76 in

Cable Length

2 m, 6.5 ft

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between the Rival and the Rival 300?

The Rival was upgraded to the Rival 300, and with that upgrade we drastically improved the rubber side grips and made them more resistant to sweat and abrasion.

How do I know if the Rival 300 is the right gaming mouse for me?

Great question! The Rival 300 is the perfect gaming mouse for gamers who want a high performance optical sensor, ergonomic shape, and six programmable buttons . Alternatively, you can use our interactive mouse guide, and compare the Rival 300 with our other gaming mice here.

I read that the Rival 300 uses an optical sensor. What is the difference between an optical sensor and a laser sensor?

Optical sensors provide the best tracking accuracy. However, the accuracy depends heavily upon the surface that the mouse is on. Laser sensors track well on all surfaces, but can't compete with the tracking accuracy of an optical sensor under ideal conditions.

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