Here’s a quick guide on top gamer destinations in 2018!
Believe it or not, 2018 has finally crossed it’s half of the year mark and I can’t wait to explore the globe before this year closes. That being said, I have compiled a list of top gamer destinations in 2018 to give you an idea where to head out and if in case you already took your holiday, there’s always one way or another to take another vacay.
As expected, the anime capital of the earth has a lot to offer to gamers,nerds, geeks and otakus. The birth place of Sony Playstation and immortal video game characters such as Super Mario, Pikachu, Sonic and a lot more. Japan is indeed a gamers paradise. One can simply head to Akihabara the holy ground of gamers for a no fail quest in indulging your self to numerous electronic stores. Japan simply tops my list as one of gamer destinations in 2018!
It’s more fun in the Philippines! And indeed the slogan says it all. You will hit 2 birds in one stone in this country as it unselfishly offers its amazing views. The Philippines offer some competitive top MOBA players to be recon with these days. Tournaments from mobile games to PC games and tech/gaming expo happen almost everyday. If you wanted to enhance your competitive side, then this is your go-to, as simple internet cafes can be a battle ground for intense gaming sessions.
One of my dream destination. Taiwan not only boasts about the 1st ever gamer hotel, this country pays millions to esports ambassadresses too! Taiwan is the 15th largest PC + Mobile games market worldwide, generating over $1.26 billion USD in 2016 according to Nikopartners. Who knows, if you’re a fan of mobile gaming then your next vacation to Taiwan might be your next career move.
Wanna eat and breathe esports? Singapore is where you should be! This is where a professional gamer can get paid US$12,500 (or more) in a 28-match season according to Riot. I won’t mention the skyscrapers and amazing view anymore, otherwise this article won’t be enough. Another goal in flying to this country is the Diploma in Gaming. Who says you can’t get the best of both worlds? Gaming and academic combo? Sign me up!
It is expected that China will surpass 768 million gamers and $42 billion in game revenue by 2022 accoding to Nico Partners. The gaming industry is at its peak, the market is growing and professional gamers are everywhere in China from teams like Invictus Gaming, Newbee, World Elite gaming and so much more. Stepping in this holy land of esports gods should be in the bucket list. I wonder if Ferrari_430 is called Ferrari_430 by his neighbors or just Ferrari?.
I know I missed so much more… Which other countries do you think should be on the list?