There is a chat room where you can talk to online members, though.This is probably a good idea to try out at first as you can get a general feel for the platform. Profiles are also very detailed on Gamer-Dating.com, so you can pinpoint exactly what your deal breakers are and what aren’t. I’m not linking to their sites, mostly because I can’t be bothered with the “you’re just giving them the attention they want” complaints, when what I actually want to do is highlight that these people are shits, and that being a gamer who has not had sex is a perfectly normal and acceptable thing. There are five tawdry videos released to promote the site, in which two women in revealing t-shirts awkwardly read out an astonishingly sexist script. Their “please don’t kill my family” delivery goes on to give some of the most banal advice imaginable (“Leave the Hawaiian shirt at home.”), intercut with shots of the women’s breasts, and smacking their own bottoms. And as such they’ve created a series of videos explaining to gamers how to get dates/laid.
And then, well, it doesn’t give a single piece of information about how to get a girl to sleep with you on the first date.
If you feel that your skills are a bit rusty when it comes to finding a romantic counterpart… Don’t forget to mention a few things about the sort of games you like… At the moment, Gamer-Dating doesn’t seem to have an app of any description, which is a pity since a lot of gamers do like dating on the go!
However, it is possible to use it on your smartphone or tablet as the mobile version of the dating site isn’t too bad.
For example, if you join the Oculus Rift group and someone searches for Oculus Rift"It's just a gimmick." That's what people said about the Wiimote, the Kinect, and more recently Google Glass, and that's what they're saying about the Oculus Rift. The initial process of setting up your profile will require about 10 to 15 minutes of your time, but it’s well worth it.
First you fill out your physical details, followed by lifestyle descriptors (e.g.