My Reasons for joining a online gaming tourament is, you get to see how good youve gotten and play againest others and your score gets published live. It can be exciting
Playing online allows you to play with real players, which makes it much more exciting. My absolute favorite online game is Mafia Wars. You play it on social networking sites such as facebook and myspace. Its so much fun & totally addictive.
At times, you can earn lots of money (real money or in-game credits) from winning or placing high in online gaming tournaments.
Participating in gaming tournaments for MMORPGs can also be very rewarding. You can earn rare items just for joining the tournament.
Some countries - such as Korea - even pay their best gamers to practice for international gaming tournaments.
Money would by the reason everyone would say however I'd argue that the experience of playing with other highly skilled players would rank pretty high up there as well.
by heatherleex 6 years ago
What is your take on sexual harassment in online gaming? Do some people take their "jokes" too far?The following is an article about sexual harassment and the changes that are underway in online gaming - http://www.nytimes.com/2012/08/02/us/se … d=tw-shareWhat do you think...
by Mr-Yo LV 7 years ago
Should men be allowed in Women's poker tournament events?Due to sexual discrimination laws and regulations, the WSOP can't deny men from entering ladies events.Not that I would join a women's event. I have nothing against women having their own events. It's just poker to me. I...
by dc2004 9 years ago
He's looked really good these last two weeks but I'm not sure he'll win three tournaments in a row
by giftedwriter86 6 years ago
Apple joining the console gaming war is a terrible idea... right?i feel that if apple tried this, it would be an epic fail. I dont feel like any one would take the idea seriously and I wanted to know how you guys felt about it
by Husky1970 7 years ago
In this morning's Hilton Head Island Packet, I read this blurb from Thomas Boswell of the Washington PostThose who think that this week simply marks the return of Tiger Woods to his regularly scheduled appointment with greatness - and 5 more major championships to pass Jack Nicklaus' record of 18 -...
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