Saturday, September 19, 2020

New Normal: Kansas City Gamers Stay Winning Over Pro Sports Amid Culture War

Whilst this article reads like more self-help schlock . . . The reality is that locals are turning to video games rather than debating the politics of pro sports. Even better, despite all of the video game hateration, there's a far more vibrant community among fans that doesn't hinge of BBQ tailgate binge eating . . . Gamers prefer much cheaper snack cakes, chips and energy drinks . . . Read more:

Kansas City Gamers Find Community And A Virtual Escape Amid Pandemic Pressures

The coronavirus lockdowns and social distancing restrictions may well be behind the gaming industry's $10 billion in first quarter sales. Today, players explain what having other worlds to experience means in the midst of the pandemic.

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