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  • Professional Gamer Negative Outcomes Of An Elite Gamer

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    Professional Gamer Negative Outcomes It’s preposterous and a dream come true, the profession of an elite gamer. In this day and age, this recreational activity is considered a career. The professional sports they had in previous generations are transitioning into eSports, one of the fastest growing industries in the United States, South Korea, and other places around the world. “To put the skyrocketing of eSport viewership into perspective, the 2013 League of Legends Season 3 World Championship’s

  • The Psychology Of Games And Gamers

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    Psychology of Games and Gamers What is a Gamer? This question is thrown around today with more accusations and people trying to defend themselves than anyone had thought possible before. A gamer used to be someone who simply played games, but now it 's been branched off into so many different types of gamers. The main types I will be focusing on are as follows: The Casual Gamer - Someone who primarily plays casual games or plays games less frequently than others. The Core Gamer - A player with a

  • Negative Stereotypes Of Gamers

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    medieval times, be a soldier in WWI, or build a fortress while gathering resources to survive a zombie apocalypse. Gamers can experience all of this and more through the world of video games, but many people have developed false perceptions of who the gamer community consists of. These false perceptions have only formed negative stereotypes for the gaming community, but the truth is gamers can be anyone. Stereotype, as defined by the Oxford English Dictionary, is "A preconceived and oversimplified

  • Gaming and its Benefits

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    receive such an outrage from the people in the first place? Probably because of its long history associated with violence and addiction, video games’ stereotype had become a practice unconsciously accepted by people from every culture. To this day, gamers are still placed at the bottom of the ladder being the worthless one, receiving labels that do not describe who they are as a person, but criticizing what they like to do. However, as our society moved forward with technology and better understands

  • Reality Changes From People Across The World

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    engages both their body and their intellect. Gamers learn to utilize their problem solving skills and are forced to come up with strategies that require quick decisions. E sports encourage participants to train their brains so that they are able to deliver a rapid response in certain situations. Gamers face a great deal of pressure as they conform to the world of entertainment and competition. Therefore, E sports should be considered real as online gamers and sports athletics both provide an audience

  • Persuasive Essay On Video Games

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    true that Gaming YouTubers are people who make a living online playing video games, through charity campaigns and creating a positive community of people like them allows them to send a message to their viewers and it is necessary to encourage these gamers because but hate online can create them to feel uninspired to create their content. Even though it is unfair to a working citizen that Gaming YouTubers make a great living online playing video games, it takes a lot of time and dedication to create

  • Playing Video Games Is Not Only For Kids Anymore

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    able to only because I didn’t have the resources to even try. First, let’s talk about how professional gamers spend their day. “The players on Team Liquid, a professional League of Legends team, practice for a minimum of 40 hours per week and most play the game far more,” (Jacobs) stated Harrison Jacobs in his article “Here 's the insane training schedule of a 20-something professional gamer.” Harrison followed one of the most popular League of Legends teams through 2015’s tournament season. They

  • The Should Not Be An Official Sport

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    Chinese universities that have conducted MRI scans on professional gamers who have won world championships have found that these gamers have increased brain activity and an increase in body reflex, this reveals how these pros are able to make split second decisions that can determine the outcome of a team play.(BEC CREW) Teams in eSports are expected

  • informative speech Video games Essay

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    relationships through video games, how video games are for all people, and the social aspect that is incorperated in the video games. Introduction Attention-getter: 59% of americans play video games, there are two gamers in each household in the U.S. "People of all

  • Gender Roles : Women And Society

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    wonder how our society would be impacted if women have become gamers. In our society today, men are not the only gamers anymore. In many instances now, one can see women play a game that only men used to play once. Women 's participation in gaming has led to several changes in the family and society. Since women now started to play video games, this changes our society as a whole. The question that arises is, since there are women gamers, how does this affect gender roles within our families and society

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