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Personal_Finance / Virtual Reality Dec 03, 2019 - 10:24 AM GMT

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Personal_Finance The virtual gaming industry is vastly larger than it was a half decade ago and is becoming increasingly important and relevant. It has grown economically year after year also coinciding with the growing importance of videogames for other generations, younger or not.

There are a lot of players, which consequently generates a huge diversity of tastes and types of games like fighting, strategy, soccer or even betting. Some become more popular, such as soccer and shooting, as they are the type of games that most consumers play and identify with.




Although we do not immediately associate a game with betting, there is also a wide range of popular betting games, from Poker, which has several world competitions with very high prize amounts to not so popular but equally competitive. and intriguing, like Blackjack. If you don't know this type of game, you can learn more and just visit this site.

But taking us a little bit away from the gambling world and back to the most explored sector of the gaming world, which is sports itself, football, basketball and rugby. They are sports that are world famous for their intensity and huge economic movements.

The best-selling games of this type of sport are popular for their resemblance to reality and the investment of resemblance to real competitions. One such example is FIFA, which has persisted for over a decade and is so relevant that in 2018 Guinness's record sales of a virtual game franchise, which gives us an understanding of the size of this virtual game franchise.



In addition to being competitive, yet friendly among players around the globe, there are also worldwide competitions, both from esports clubs and national teams, which bring together players from all over the world to compete. in competitions with audiences that can fill a midsize football stadium.

It is a growing industry that is increasingly being regularized and distinguished as a real sport, so much so that there has been talk and petitions to make these competitions an Olympic sport, based on collected and analyzed data proving the amount of preparation, tension and size that these sports have. Will it happen? We can only wait and see.

But the truth is that in the 21st century, society is increasingly open to new horizons and new forms of sporting competition and this opens doors for those who are not two meters tall, as it were, or skilled feet to play in a soccer team.

Diversity has never hurt anyone, on the contrary, and it is important to understand current trends, how they fit into the society we live in and how they influence younger generations and, as incredible as it sounds, the most persistent and joins them together in an unlikely fusion of the fictional reality of virtual games.

The idea of ​​being able to interact with extraterrestrial worlds, participate in intervention teams, bet online, simulate agricultural productions or even football without leaving the comfort of our home is something that can not simply be ignored.

The digital world is no longer knocking on the door, but it is indoors, so just embrace it, understand it and enhance our experiences with it and all that involves in its exciting and fun essence, for all ages

By Louis

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