MMO games stand for Massively Multiplayer Online Games. The MMO game theme has been around for a really long time. MMO and MMORPG (MMO Role-Playing Game) are one of the most addicting and the most popular gaming genres out there. Gamers spend an incredible amount of times on their games and the leveling system gets them high on serotonin.
Despite all that, these gamers have a problem managing their finances. It is really farfetched to look at the numbers of the real-world money players are spending on MMO games. Most of the money goes in the virtual items that either boosts their character’s stats, have virtual money or have a custom clothing on it.
MMO games are huge and the eSport tournaments have these games as well. The competitiveness in these games can drive a person in achieving their next goal or to beat an enemy. MMO games are games that have a single massive open-world and players from all over the world join this single virtual world and connect.
The MMORPG games include blockbuster games like World of Warcraft, League of Legends, The Elder Scrolls, and even Fortnite. Other than that, MMO games can include any strategic game to a sports game that brings a big number of people together in a single world.
Gamers go all-out in spending real-life money into gaming things, whether they are virtual or not. Fortnite is a big example where players need to get a battle pass to unlock new quips, equipment, dances and skins. Many games follow the same principle and give an incentive to gamers in spending money on virtual items.
MMO games actually allow some payment methods in-game to allow transactions. In a recent survey of nearly a thousand gamers in America, the results turned out to be splendidly eye-opening. Take a look at the following infographic to see the results of the survey as well as understanding the financial decisions of MMO gamers.
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