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Leda Media Products, Ltd., also known as LMP, was a British third-party video game peripheral distributor which owned the peripheral label Gamester.


Gamester was established in 1990 as Lega GRG, Ltd., and was later renamed to Leda Media Products in April 1991.

In 2000, the company was acquired by Radica Games and became Radica U.K. Games, Ltd., although the label continued to see use for some years afterwards. Additionally, Gamester were the likely European distributor of Mad Catz peripherals until the 1999 acquisition of Mad Catz by the GTR Group.

Radica Games was acquired by Mattel in 2006, and the label was formally dissolved.

Accessories produced