Celebrities Who Are Huge Gamers

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Over the past decade, video gaming has been undergoing a lot of identity crisis. There are parents that think all gamers must suffer from obesity and decreased attention limit. Whereas research has it that better coordination of hand-eye and better stimulation of the brain can be achieved by playing video games. Even after several years of exposure, people still have this believe that an average gamer should be a lazy, fat college student that lives in the basement of his parent’s house.

Luckily, we have several popular and fascinating celebrities that are not ashamed to call themselves gamers. We all think that because they are always busy on set making movies or attending fancy awards, they wouldn’t have time to play some Dota 2 or Candy Crush. You also can join several other celebrities in enjoying the fantastic casino game experience offered by Bet365 casino: get 100% welcome bonus. For now, let’s look at a few of these celebrities that you might not know are huge gamers…




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