Make Extra Income Playing Online Games
The progression of making real money from online gaming has developed into a full blown market of official businesses. In the past, doing something productive and getting ahead financially were mutually exclusive of video gaming but nowadays, a Google search online for buying gold or items in a certain game will result in a number matka, of reputable sites through which trading and payment mediums can be done safely and cost effectively. This goes to show the increasing demand of gamers out there who have a surplus of real money but who are either too lazy & impatient or unskilled in the game such that they need to exchange real money for virtual cash & items. I know that especially in the Asian gaming communities, rich parents will make their kids study hard… followed by letting them play hard! A $50 sword from a video game is the same to the parents as a $50 item from a toy store as long as it makes their kids happy. And to the young slayer of demons and dragons, that virtual sword means a lot more than a GI Joe (or similar traditional toy that you’d have to play with using your own imagination.) For the rest of the business savvy individuals who love to game and are good at it, this opens up a new window of opportunity in that successes in the virtual world can be transferred into the real world.
How does one go about becoming a profitable gamer? Here are a few initial steps; while some may seem fairly basic, many overlook the bare necessities required to maximize their abilities in the gaming world.
1. Get a decent computer & internet connection – An extra 2 minutes in loading times a day translates to over 12 hours in a year. An extra second delay of lag in a game could mean a world of difference in a heated battle. You want your game to run very smoothly and obviously to enjoy the game to its fullest, you’ll want better graphics. If you really can’t afford to upgrade to a better system, I would sacrifice the quality of your graphics so that the gameplay can better flow as this will ultimately get you better results.
2. Choose a game you love to play – In order to actually make it to a point in the game where you aren’t a ‘noob’ you’re looking at investing at least 100 hours of gameplay. By this point, you’d better not be sick of the game but rather more immersed from exploration into the higher levels of the game. My three favourite online games which are undisputedly three of the current top mmorpg’s are WoW, Diablo 3, and Guild Wars, all of which offer intensely detailed graphics, fully interactive environments and comprehensive game play.