How To Meet Gamer Girls

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How to Meet Gamer Girls

Lauren Hostert
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In the last few years, gaming has transformed from an entirely solo experience to something largely social. While interactions over live networks are mostly a game play feature, long nights slaying dragons and hunting boars together can lead to friendship and sometimes more.

Here are a few tips to help you utilize your favorite hobby to meet a girl with similar interests.

1. Use a Gamer Dating Site

Did you know there are dating websites out there that cater specifically to gamer girls and guys? GirlGamerDating.com is among the best of the best, not to mention it’s a 100% free gamer dating site. Not only will they never ask for your credit card info, but their free membership offers more features than you’d find on other sites, including profile creation and unlimited browsing and communication. You’ll find your Player 2 in no time!

2. Stay Out of the Boys Club

There are plenty of girls who game, but it is still a mostly male-dominated activity. Think about being at a bar and seeing a large group of girls out together. Individually, they’re probably intelligent ladies with diverse interests, but in mass, they stumble unintentionally and almost inevitably toward talking about shoes and weight loss. Guys do the same thing.

Avoid the fraternity-style groupthink. In the way that groups of girls who spend time together can fall into petty vanity and seventh-grade gossip, boys fall into some pretty nasty patterns. Stay out of the name calling and profanity slinging, and leave acting like an adolescent to the Halo LAN parties.

3. Get Active

Gaming’s public persona has come a long way from acne-clad shut-ins locked in their mothers’ basements. Whether you’re a die-hard fan of one gaming franchise or just enjoy the activity, it’s likely there’s a group of people near you who feel the same.

Take gaming out of the house. I know the sun is bright and I know Diablo III just came out, but getting a group together face-to-face to talk strategy is a great way to meet new friends or love interests, or at least find some new Guild members. Check forums or Reddit for existing meetups. If there isn’t one, take the initiative to start one. Ladies love a leader!

4. Don’t Shut Out Newbs

Boys tend to have more grown-up video games. While there’s certainly exceptions, most little girls weren’t given Mortal Kombat for their eighth birthday. This can make them hesitant to get into gaming because they don’t know what it is or haven’t been exposed to it.

Just because a girl you’re hanging out with hasn’t ever played Minecraft, it certainly doesn’t mean she wouldn’t enjoy it. Don’t count her out so quickly. Show her how to play, how to actually play — not just button mash. Let her catch up to your level before you start to show off.

Teaching someone a new skill is a great way to bond, and at the end of it, you’re left with an expansive new hobby to explore together.

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