"It is reckoned that over two-thirds of men and more than half of women in the UK now regularly play video games, so it's about time they had access to a niche dating website packed with members sharing the same interests," commented Thurlow."With uk gamers can make friends, have fun and find Mr or Mrs Right.I could browse Tinder more easily and still achieve the same level of engagement with potential partners.If I was going to take the time to sign up I'd, at least, like to see something that fulfils those promises even on a superficial level.
I've seen a few but naturally I'm skeptical.
Many gamers have found themselves in relationships with people who aren’t on the same page in terms of interests.
They’ve heard partners ask questions like “When are you going to stop watching that screen and talk to me?
Of course, it's always encouraging when your partner shares your interests, but it's not essential and, in fact, I think that you should have enough diversity in your relationship that you can still enjoy different things independently.
If you're creating such a narrow selection criteria that you're choosing your partner on the basis that you both play RPGs, is it really likely that you're going to be compatible?Does anyone have advice for a good gaming themed dating website?