by on May 6, 2022

In Venezuela the country where, in 2019 it was reported that 96 percent of population did not earn more than the poverty standard that is $1.90 each day. as per an investigation conducted by an Venezuelan university, Marinez does better than the rest of the population.

Alongside the pocket change he gets from a nearby pizzeria, he earns about $60 per month on RuneScape which can be used to purchase cornmeal for arepas and rice for his son and sister. However, for Marinez playing online isn't just about the arepas. It's about freedom, even if Marinez thinks that the medieval game is boring.

One of the biggest economic recessions of the past 45 years, excluding a war, many in Venezuela have turned to gaming on video to help them survive and potential migration. Playing video games doesn't imply being in front of a screen. It can mean movement. Hunting herbiboars in RuneScape can provide the money for today's meals and tomorrow's future for Colombia or Chile, countries where Marinez has relatives.

Over in the Caribbean Sea in Atlanta, almost 2,000 miles away from Marinez lives Bryan Mobley. When he was a teen He played RuneScape for hours and hours, he informed me in a phone call. "It was enjoyable. It was a method to skipping homework, shit like it," he said.

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