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Mad Catz® Interactive, Inc. (AMEX/TSX: MCZ), a leading worldwide third-party interactive entertainment accessory provider, recently announced a license agreement to create a full range of Dale Earnhardt Jr. gaming accessories under license by Hendrick Motorsports and JR Motorsports. The first products in the range are anticipated to ship across key North American retailers later this fall.

With races broadcast across more than 150 countries and in over 30 languages, NASCAR continues to be the No.1 spectator sport in the United States, claiming 17 of the top 20 highest-attended sporting events. Celebrating 61 years of high-octane fuelled entertainment in 2009, NASCAR sanctions more than 1,200 races at 100 tracks in more than 30 U.S. states.

Products expected to ship as part of the range includes:

Delivering realistic car control and high intensity thrills to any Xbox 360 or

PlayStation 3 racing game, the mounted paddles combined impressive degrees of racing

Racing Wheel & Pedal System features four wheel- with authentic sequential shift-stick allowing for

control.

A

unique

adjustable

leg-support

system

allows gamers the ability to play from a desk or accelerator and brake pedal set transport the

from their couch while the non-slip gamer right into the heart of the

racing action.

Mad

sensitivity on

the fly

Catz AccuDrive™ to slow, medium,

allows fast, or

drivers to adjust the steering normal, without compromising

precision and still providing full control of your racecar. When using the Racing Wheel, Dual Vibration feedback passes along the experience of

Xbox

360

every

jolt,

jump and in-game crash directly to the player.

In addition, the PlayStation®3

system version of the Racing Wheel is compatible with the PlayStation®2.

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