As the first generation of video gamers – those of us that were playing video games in our youth during the 70’s – grow older and we suddenly realize our kids are doing the same; we start to get nostalgic for the “good old days” of our youth.
Every day, more and more people are finding themselves battling high levels of stress and lack of focus – both of which can be huge stumbling blocks when trying to attain your goals both physically and mentally. Whether you’re looking to get physically fit, pass a difficult exam, or perform better at work you need to have focus and concentration.
Competitive video gaming or eSports, once considered the pipe-dream of teens and twenty-somethings in basements and college dorm rooms, is now becoming a legitimate, mainstream form of entertainment with all the tinsel and trappings that you would expect from a major league professional sport.
Anyone with their fingers even remotely close to the pulse of gaming knows that eSports have blown up in popularity over the past few years. With thousands of gamers competing and millions watching, the phenomenon has come a long way in a very short period of time.
Professional gamers, often thought to be operating on the fringes of society, have traditionally been underserved when it came to quality and style of equipment and accessories available to them, particularly in the early days when competitive gaming was up and coming.