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Gaming brand Razorwire gets into the growing world of energy drinks

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Many supplement and functional brands have come into the beverage space over the past couple of years, and it does seem like the number of newcomers is growing from month to month. Several of those entries have been gaming supplement companies in the likes XP Sports, Limitless from Bodylab, Myprotein’s Command, Sneak, of course, G Fuel, and now Razorwire Energy.

Razorwire Energy is a supplement brand out of the UK, known for its simply named product “Gaming Fuel”, built to enhance energy and focus, specifically for gaming. This week, Razorwire has come out with its first-ever beverage in the Razorwire Energy drink, featuring ingredients and dosages to do much the same as its original supplement, supporting energy and focus.

The formula powering the zero sugar and almost zero calorie Razorwire Energy drink is almost identical to that of Gaming Fuel. It includes a variety of vitamins and minerals, 1.25g of taurine, 250mg of green tea, 200mg of theanine, and a reliable 150mg of caffeine. Unlike Gaming Fuel, the beverage does not have pine bark, although, in its place, you get 125mg of n-acetyl-l-tyrosine.

It’s not a loaded formula like you get in some of the top-rated focus supplements on the market, but for an energy drink, it has more than a lot of its competitors. You can order the Razorwire Energy drink from the brand’s website at £1.99 (2.80 USD) for a can, £11.75 (16.55 USD) for half a dozen, or £23.50 (33.09 USD) for a full case of 12, in the one Sweet Lemonade flavor.