If The Gaming Industry Is Changing Then So Must The Gamers

| July 27, 2019

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There is a sea change happening in the gaming industry. Like all the changes that have come before and that will come again it has negatives and it has positives. Gaming is the most popular entertainment medium on the planet. It’s bigger than the movie and music industry combined. There is no other medium like it. There is also no other medium under such a massive pressure to grow and adapt to consumer demands. Gamers are always demanding better. Better graphics, better gameplay, better immersion. But what is the cost of these demands on gaming companies, on those they serve and on the world we exist in together?

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US Music Corp

U.S. Music Corp is based in Buffalo Grove, a suburb of Chicago IL., and manufactures two of the oldest guitar brands in the United States- Washburn Guitars and Oscar Schmidt Musical Instruments, in addition to other well known brands like: Parker Guitars, Randall Amplifiers, and Jay Turser Guitars. USM also distributes marquis brands: Marshall Amplification, Eden Bass Amps, Natal Drums, Hagstrom Guitars, Warwick Basses, Quik Lok Stands, and Profile Accessories. US Music is a subsidiary of Jam Industries, Ltd.

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