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A Gaming Routine for Non-Gamers during the Quarantine

Being isolated from the world is a serious challenge for many people across the globe. The worst thing about that is the feeling of boredom. You have checked every single show on Netflix, have read all the books recommended by your friends, and listened to the latest music tracks of your favorite musicians. Now, it is time for gaming. Don't know where to start?

Being a beginner

If gaming never was your major interest, it wouldn't mean that you shouldn't try. Most likely, you just haven't found the game that really attracts you. Once you have made the right choice, you find gaming a lot more engaging than many other things you used to be doing. During the game, you will continuously make decisions, while those decisions will then affect the final outcome of the game. Whether you win or lose, you will be overwhelmed with emotions. Eventually, you will get stuck in the gaming world for a while.

Before taking action

Before you start the game, you need to find a reliable gaming resource. Currently, many gamers choose Twitch due to a broad collection of games it offers. While most multiplayer games are available free of charge, you have a great opportunity to save money that you would spend on a game you don't even know. Some games like Counter-Strike: Global Offensive have grown into huge communities. After gaining some experience, you will be able to participate in large online tournaments and even try your luck in CS GO match betting.

Gaming on your PC or tablet

When you start the game, you will most likely use your PC or tablet. The best store to obtain Windows and Mac games is Steam as it provides online users with free games like Dota 2, CS GO, and other well-known titles. Thanks to more than 30,000 titles available on Steam, online users leave mainly positive reviews for the platform and objective feedback for each particular game. Luckily, there are nice gaming options for everyone. You can search and view games based on genre:

  • Action
  • Adventure
  • Casual
  • Massively Multiplayer
  • Racing
  • RPG
  • Simulation
  • Sports
  • Strategy

Joining a community is not that difficult, so you will learn it fast. What's good is that you might find new friends. As a result, you forget that you get stuck at home because you will be busy with conquering new worlds or fighting against a zombie invasion.

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