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Online Video Games That Celebrities Play

The life of a celebrity can be a glamorous but difficult one. With all that fame and fortune, it can get a little overwhelming at times. Wouldn’t you hate it if you couldn’t do the normal things other people do?

Online Video Games That Celebrities Play
Online Video Games That Celebrities Play

I bet you would love some sort of peace and quiet if you were in their shoes. Sometimes you just want to have fun without any pressure or any kind of interruption, what better way to do this than with online gaming! Many celebrities explore the world of gaming online during their downtime. Below are some examples of the games celebrities play.

Put your money where your mouth is

Why not add a little flair to the gaming session by betting real money? Although gambling has its risks, a celebrity who just wants to gamble in peace and not go to Vegas or any underground gambling area, online gambling is the answer. Templeslotscasino offers Guns N Roses themed online games that anyone can enjoy in their private homes. Many celebrities choose the convenience of online gaming when they’re waiting around in their trailer on a movie set or between music recording sessions. Anything to kill the time, bro!

He owns what!?

I bet you didn’t know the great Vin Diesel himself owns his very own game development studio! Tigon Studios is his baby. The company’s first release, The Chronicles of Riddick: Escape from Butcher Bay, is still considered one of the best games based on a movie. Vin Diesel is also a huge fan of games like Call of Duty.

You guys all have phones, right?

Gaming can be so simple and accessible through phones these days. For a celebrity who’s on the move all the time, games on their phones are ideal! Games like Pokemon Go and Fortnite are driving so many people crazy; even Justin Bieber and Drake can’t get enough of. These artists have a lot on their plate, so playing games like these while on tour isn’t so bad.

Shoot first and ask questions later

Popular games like Halo, Call of Duty and Doom took the world by storm and even attracted the attention of some celebrities too. The badass Michelle Rodriguez loves to wipe out thousands of demons and has been a huge fan of Doom for years, she even said, “I’m not a big fan of fantasy stuff, but if you give me a shooter, I really get turned on.” Also, when Zac Efron isn’t busy saving people on Baywatch, he loves obliterating aliens left and right playing Halo.

The MMORPG world

One of the most popular and addictive games out there is none other than World of Warcraft owned by Blizzard Entertainment, it’s one of the most ongoing and still larger than every game since 2004! Mila Kunis prides herself on being such a “WoW” nerd; she would drag her friends into the game and play all-day sessions. You’re not going to believe what almost happened to the Man of Steel star Henry Cavill. His addiction to the game almost cost him his role in the Superman movie! He revealed, while on the Conan O’Brien show, that he was busy playing World of Warcraft when he got the call for the part. He jokingly said, “I had my priorities straight.” Once a “WoW” player, always a “WoW” player!

Time flies when you’re having fun

It’s okay to escape into a different world and meet different people online even when you’re a celebrity; you can be whoever you want and avoid the pressure of the outside world. They are human beings after all, just wanting to be normal even for a short while and enjoy their time. The world of online gaming has made it easier for everyone to have fun, even celebrities.

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Ameyaw Kissi Debrah, known professionally as Ameyaw Debrah, is a Ghanaian celebrity blogger, freelance journalist, and reporter.

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