There’s a lot of focus on the present when it comes to a lot of modern ideas about geek culture. What are you doing right now? Are you playing video games? Are you going to comic conferences? Are you hanging out with your friends in your mom’s basement? There are millions of stereotypes of what it means to be a geek. Continue reading “Ultimate Endpoints In Geek Culture” »
The world of online gaming moves fast. So fast, that nowadays it can seem like we hardly go a month without some new technology being revealed. If you’re into online gaming, on sites like WSOP, we’ve no doubt that you can’t wait to see what the future has in store. To give you a glimpse into what you can expect from your favourite industry, today we’re offering our predictions on the future of online gaming. Continue reading “ONLINE GAMING: THE FUTURE” »
Video gaming has become a part of many people’s lives offering them entertainment and a way to socialize. Unlike other forms of entertainment such as watching TV, gaming is interactive. Games require you to think and to interact with other gamers. As such, there are skills learned while playing that can actually help you in the real world. In this article, we will look at some of the ways that your life can be improved by playing video games. Continue reading “How Video Gaming Can Help You in Real Life” »
Gone are the days in which traditional advertising media such as magazines and television were the sole means of online casinos and other web-based businesses communicated with players and potential customers. Continue reading “Experiential Marketing In The Digital Sphere” »
The debate between console vs. PC gaming is in full force at the moment. Console gamers believe that since the entire machine is dedicated for gaming purposes, it is superior. While PC gamers argue that PCs have greater computing power than the consoles, which makes them the better choice. For me, PCs are clearly the better option. Here are a few reasons why. Continue reading “Seven Reasons to Play Online Games on a PC” »
The future is finally here. Virtual reality technology is not only convincingly immersive and comfortable – it’s on the market for an affordable price. But the ways we can use the technology go beyond gaming. The last few years have seen the emergence of a number of start-ups developing new VR tools that we can use in our daily lives.