Gamingrig.com announces 2020 Best Gaming Products List
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GamingRig.com Providing Most Up-to-Date Information and Reviews of Newest Products Online
Miami-based entity focused on burgeoning gaming industry offers unbiased reviews on best gaming products of 2019, including top chairs, laptops, case fans, motherboards and more.
Miami, FL – June 16, 2019 – Amidst the ever-growing gaming industry, GamingRig.com has emerged as a recognized provider of the most up-to-date information and reviews of the newest gaming-related products online, the Miami-based entity remaining focused on offering unbiased reviews on the best gaming products of 2019, including the top chairs, laptops, case fans, motherboards and more.
On GamingRig.com’s home page, products are divided amongst Monitors, Hardware and Accessories, with Blog, Contact Us and Meet Our Authors sections accessible at the top of the page, as well. In the center of the site’s homepage are featured gear reviews, representing a cross-section of Gaming Rig’s most popular featured product reviews, with these currently including Best Chairs Under $100 for Gaming, Best Laptops Under $150 for Gaming, Best 140mm Case Fans, Best CPU Coolers for i7-8700k for Gaming, Best Tempered Glass PC Cases, Best Motherboard for i7-8700k for Gaming, Best Keyboards Under $50 for Gaming, Best Triple Monitor Mounts and Stands, Best Dual Monitor Mounts and Stands, Best B350 Motherboards for Gaming, Best Graphics Cards Under $200 for Gaming and Best 27-Inch Monitors Under $300 for Gaming.
“The gaming industry is growing at an exponential rate, with some UK-based statistics reporting it was worth over a record-breaking $5 billion in 2017 – to say nothing of the impact that the industry has had on other sectors like merchandising, entertainment and film,” says Doreen Taylor, Owner of Gaming Rig. “The rise of gaming has a lot to do with advancements in technology, and the fact that a gamer just needs to press ‘download’ to experience a game on his or her phone or tablet. Gaming Rig is very proud to be at the heart of this technological revolution, and we will continue offering cutting-edge products as increased awareness surrounding gaming evolves.
“Indeed, we’re all for the rest of the world viewing this incredibly exciting sector in a positive light.”
According to research culled by Gaming Rig representatives, the video game industry is growing with new products and technology, and is on schedule to be worth nearly $138 billion by the end of 2019. As technology expands, say Gaming Rig spokespeople, so will video content, products, virtual reality, special events and video game tournaments, with these representing just some of the ways the industry is turning into a “recurring revenue model” and capitalizing on increased demand.
Predictions have it that the video gaming trend will only accelerate as engagement grows among young people, women and on college campuses. “More than half of teenagers play video games and for several hours each day, and video games are also cheaper to consume than cable television or going to the theater,” adds Taylor. “To say gaming is taking market share from every other form of media is something of an understatement; it’s growing faster than Hollywood films and television combined.”
It is believed by many industry experts that the appeal of hyper-realistic games is due to the zeitgeist of what attracts tweens and teens – cartoonish vistas and elements of pop culture rolled into one exciting experience.
For its part, GamingRig.com offers monitor reviews on such premium products as Acer Predator Z35 monitors, Dell S2716DGR gaming monitors, LG UD99-W gaming monitors with HDR (High Dynamic Range) support, Acer Predator XB271HU WQHD gaming monitors with Nvidia G-Sync, Dell D3218HN D-Series LED FHD monitors with IPS panels, LG 27UD58-B 4K UHD IPS monitors with FreeSync, Dell U2718Q 4K UHD IPS monitors, Dell S2716DG 1440p 144Hz G-SYNC gaming monitors, Asus VG248QE full HD gaming monitors and Samsung U28E590D monitors.
In the area of hardware, GamingRig.com shares perspectives on the best hard drives for gaming, the best X470 motherboards to build the perfect Ryzen-based PC, the best 120mm case fans, the best Ryzen motherboards, the best mini ITX motherboards, the best AMD AM3+ CPUs for gaming, the best GTX 1060 graphics cards, the top five best CPUs for streaming, the best gaming motherboards for i7 7700k and more, including whether a 240Hz monitor makes sense for gaming.
Accessory topics tackled by the GamingRig.com staff include the best cable modem router combo for gaming, the best mini ITX cases, the best capture card for the Xbox One, the best external hard drive for the PS4, the best micro ATX cases, the best gaming chairs, the best tempered glass PC cases and the best CPU coolers for i7 8700k.
Taylor and other Gaming Rig reps ultimately credit the success of Nintendo’s Switch and a plethora of new games that have recently been launched as the driving force in gaming interest across the general population. According to their research, more than 7,000 games were released on Steam, the popular online game store for PC gamers, in 2017, a value that dwarfed the number of PC games released in previous years.
Obviously, say Gaming Rig executives, game makers are not going to risk losing millions of dollars developing a new game if they do not think there is enough demand in the marketplace.
With researchers predicting double-digit annual growth in the gaming sector through 2020 and much of the revenue growth expected to come from demanding hardcore gamers, the accessories market – specifically where GamingRig.com comfortably resides – is poised to explode like a proverbial firecracker, what with many dedicated players looking for any edge they can get. Longtime accessory maker Logitech, as an example, has shifted its focus toward gamers, releasing a line of high-performance gaming peripherals, while Razer’s acquisition of audio giant THX (founded by Star Wars legend George Lucas) provides a glimpse into the future of the market with virtual reality headsets – an area forecasted to grow to more than 100 million units sold by 2020.
“Whether a gamer is decking out a brand-new gaming PC or trying to breathe new life into an existing rig, there are plenty of affordable accessories that can spruce things up,” concludes Taylor. “With accessories from GamingRig.com, gamers will be able to load faster, stream to their TV, control more comfortably and even jump into virtual reality.
“And for those customers on the lookout for gift ideas, our gear will serve the PC enthusiast in their lives very well.”