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The gaming industry has been a billion-dollar-business for a while now. Reportedly, the revenue generated from worldwide PC gaming is estimated to be almost $37 billion in 2020 alone. While gaming has become a mainstream source of entertainment around the world, by and large it is still an expensive hobby. Hence, enthusiasts are often on the lookout for sites to find the best deals on video games.

Fortunately, there are ways to make do even with a tight budget. Avoid buying new games and definitely do not pre-order them at all. Just wait patiently for the best deals on video games you’re looking for. This may mean that you won’t get to play certain games as and when you want but it will save you lots of money. …


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In English, the word Hentai has drifted far from its original meaning — which is not uncommon to non-English words. Hentai is now incorrectly used as euphemism for porn-related creations from Japan or carrying Japanese aesthetics. Roughly, the term hentai actually translates to ‘perversion’. To describe sexually explicit video games, the correct term to use would be “eroge”. However, to correctly describe every game would be a little arduous, hence, in order to convey the international reference to Japanese or Japanese-inspired sex games we’ll stick to using the word ‘Hentai’. Ergo, here’s the list of our top 10 Hentai games in 2020:

To read the full story, click here: https://gaming4.cash/top-10-hentai-games-in-2020


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When you mention pursuing careers in gaming, most people visualise the luxurious life of a pro-gamer or streamer. However, not everyone is cut out to make it into the upper echelons, competing with the best in the world and making sufficient money out of it. There are other ways to break into the gaming arena with options to broaden your horizon in order to make a living off esports — this includes becoming a professional esports caster.

With the esports community growing and the gaming industry steadily on the rise, shoutcasting now pays pretty decently and there is enough work to be had so as to earn substantially. If you’re open to being a professional esports caster, we’ve accumulated some tips from studying professional casters already in the scene for you to follow:

To read the whole article, click here: https://gaming4.cash/tips-to-become-a-professional-esports-caster


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Remember when you spent entire days glued to your television with a remote control in your hand playing Super Mario Bros. or Contra and Duck Hunt? Who would have thought that what our elders called a waste of time would turn out to be full-time career options of today. There have always been a few brave and bold souls that defied norms and went on to make professions of their passion. …


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The electronic sports industry, or esports as it has come to be known, has grown exponentially over the last few years and is expected to cross the billion-dollar mark by 2022. Along with its expansion comes the employment opportunities to build a successful career is esports. However, a lot of people still do not count digital sports as conventional — like football and cricket. None the less, total viewership for esports by 2023 is expected to reach 646 million, from 454 million in 2019.

While it is still debatable if the gaming industry can already be considered ‘mainstream’, online games like CO:GO (Counter-Strike:Global Offensive), PUBG, Minecraft, Fortnite, etc. are increasingly receiving more and more investment opportunities. As per reports, the number of investments in esports doubled from 2017 to 2018, going from 34 to 68 respectively. Investments in 2018 amounted to $4.5 billion in 2018 from just $490 million in the previous year. That’s a growth rate of 837% across stakeholders including electronic sports organisations, tournament operators, digital broadcasters and more. Companies like FaZe Clan are also aggressively expanding into verticals like merchandise to gain more notoriety for their brand. …


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Imagine getting to play video games the whole day, while interacting with people over the internet and getting paid for it. Aah to live the dream! Well, the fact of the matter is that there actually are more and more people turning to careers in gaming everyday. The first and foremost thing required is to change your own approach to the scene and stop thinking about it as something other than a “real job” — becoming a professional streamer is a real job if you choose to make it so.

If you’re reading this, you’ve probably got some idea of what video game streaming is. If you have no idea at all, here’s the gist, recently a lot of gamers have started broadcasting their gameplay live for thousands, maybe millions, of people to view. …


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Now, the video game community can put their money where their mouth is and not just brag about their skills. Unlike other esports betting platforms, Unikrn UMode is the only player versus house skill betting platform wherein you can “bet on yourself” and make some money immediately. Unikrn’s system uses a blockchain-powered backend and all you have to do is link your game, place your bet and collect your cash — if you’re good enough.

It depends on a player how much they’re willing invest in themselves. Unikrn offers challenges of various kinds which you could attempt as your skill progresses. …


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WHO IS BELLE DELPHINE?

There isn’t much known about the early life of Belle Delphine. However, what we do know is the e-girl was born Mary-Belle Kirschner in South Africa on 23rd of October, 1999. She moved to the UK to attend Priestlands School in Lymington. She dropped out of school at 14 years of age and supported herself doing odd jobs as a waitress, nanny and barista.

This was also when she started posting cosplay photos on her Facebook page, which is now deleted. In the few years that followed her online following grew to 100,000. Having no desire to work conventional jobs and lacking formal degrees, she decided use her online fame to her advantage, leveraging it to make a career. …


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Not everyone is cut out to make it to the top ranks of a profession and that’s the same with e-games. Sadly, being a pro gamer and earning stacks of cash from it is largely still frowned upon. Having said that, the acceptance is on the rise. Getting paid to play video games might sound like the cushiest job in the world but there’s a lot more that goes in to becoming a pro gamer than meets the eye. It takes a lot more to make a sustainable career in video games.

The obstacles to becoming a pro gamer are as numerous and complex outside the game as they are inside it. First off, it may not be easy to convince your parents and get their respect for wanting to become a professional gamer. The fact that most of the money from gaming goes to the very best only makes it tougher. Also, when you fail, your fans will mostly not understand why. …


Digital models of the Balmain Army — Margot, Shudu and Zhi.
Digital models of the Balmain Army — Margot, Shudu and Zhi.

Over the last few decades, machines and ‘robots’ have been accused of replacing humans in doing mechanical work around the world. We’re not sure if being the face of fashion brands and music bands count as mechanical but here too humans are being replaced by computer generated characters. Shudu, Lil Miquela, Margot, Zhi and Liam Nikuro are just some of the more popular names among what is called ‘virtual influencers’.

With the growth of social media came social media influencers. As Sam Bradley, Assistant Editor of The Drum puts it, “Influence is big business, Instagrammers, Youtubers and TikTokers are now considered an essential part of the marketing mix.” As such, influencers on social media have built reputations off of their knowledge and expertise in specific domains. These topics could range from fashion and beauty tips to health and career advice, from travel and financial discussions to cooking and film making — everything is now available on social media platforms.

Influencers make regular posts, called content, on their topic of preference to their social media channels for their ‘followers’ to engage with. Their success is counted basis the amount of followers, views, likes etc. they can garner. This is also what defines how much money they make. Brands like working with social media influencers as a means to create trends, promote products, services and more. …

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