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Would You Quit Gaming For $100,000?

Yes 12 18.75%
No 52 81.25%

Would you take $100,000 with the clause that you won’t be able to play a video game for the rest of your life?

For me initially I said yes then I thought about it more and realized I won’t be able to play future iterations of games like GTA, Pokémon, Halo etc and that has me rethinking my answer a bit. What about you?

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There would need to be another 2 zeros on that number for me to quit gaming. A hundred thousand dollars isn't much these days. avoid getting banned for inactivity, I may have to resort to comments that are of a lower overall quality and or beneath my moral standards.

Lol yes of course

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No. There a very few of my major hobbies I would quit for 100k, if any.

1 million to quit gaming? Without hesitation. 500k? Highly likely I'd quit for good. $250k? Maybe I'd quit.

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No. In my heart I am a gamer.

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Absolutely fucking not. I'd need a LOT more money to even consider it...

Gaming is a fun hobby and money isnt everything. Especially not for that amount lol

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Easiest no ever.

At least one more zero would definitely be needed. The amount of enjoyment that this hobby brings would have to be counterbalanced with other far more expensive hobbies and that $100,000 would disappear in no time.

A million would be an interesting prospect, but I’d live life in torment when the next amazing Zelda, Mario, Animal Crossing, Metroid, etc released and was all the talk.

Not to mention all the crazy things that will happen in gaming in the next two decades.

On the plus side, I’d probably get more reading done, spend more time working in the yard, and be more productive in general. But what fun is that?!

Last edited by super_etecoon - on 06 October 2021