RiotPWR ESL iOS Gaming Controller REVIEW | MacSources

5 min readJan 26, 2022

Create an enjoyable gaming experience with your mobile device.

Gaming has come a long way from where it was in the 80s. We used to have to visit video arcades to play anything advanced in nature and at home, we had consoles that were only capable of 8-bit graphics. I’ve seen video games evolve through those primitive platforms into modern video games that can be played on our mobile devices, advanced consoles, computers, and even in virtual reality. For me, I tend to play on my iPhone these days. I don’t have tons of free time these days and my phone affords me the option to play some games in between tasks.

One of my favorite games is LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga. I originally played that game on my Xbox 360 more than 10 years ago. Now the entire game has been redeveloped for mobile gaming. I was very excited to find it was available so I downloaded it. I started trying to play and found that it just wasn’t as enjoyable without a controller. Fortunately, I just acquired the RiotPWR ESL Gaming Controller for iOS.


The RiotPWR ESL Gaming Controller allows users to play mobile games as they would on a console. The design of the controller mimics modern console controllers. It features a solid comfortable grip, two joysticks, a D-pad, and X-Y-A-B/select/start buttons. The controller operates with plug-and-play functionality and uses a wired Lightning connection to connect to your mobile device. The controller provides passthrough charging to the connected mobile device — assuming the controller is connected to power through the charging port. There is a companion app that provides controller-compatible iOS games and apps — Ludo Mapp. A headphone socket is also included on the controller.


  • RiotPWR ESL Gaming Controller with the connected Lightning cable
  • iPhone mount
  • QR code card that points to the Ludo Mapp app or the user manual



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