Online gaming is a past time which has got the whole world hooked, and that includes celebrities. One of the great things about online gaming is that there is something to suit everybody, with each person having their own preferences. So, let’s delve into the world of celebrities and see who loves playing online and what they’re enjoying.
Drake, real name Aubrey Graham, is a man of many talents and interests. The rapping megastar is said to find time between recording sessions to kick back and play Fortnite and was even seen on a live stream on Twitch with gaming legend Ninja. However, while everyone seems to be getting stuck into battle royale titles, Drake offered a fantastic insight into his life as a gamer when he mentioned League of Legends, which makes him hardcore in our opinion.
Ben Affleck has always had a love for card games, and he took his passion to the tables of many a table at land-based casinos to play both blackjack and poker. However, as we all know, there are now several online casinos which offer an exciting and comprehensive service such as PartyCasino, who also have Live Dealer tables as well. Therefore, it’s not that shocking to find out that after spending so much of his free time, and money, at land-based venues, Affleck, knowing all the rules of blackjack, has taken his love for the game into the online world. So, you might be lucky and end up sitting next to him in the virtual world!
There’s more to Vin Diesel than meets the eye when it comes to gaming, with the Fast and the Furious star owning his own video game development studio. Tigon Studios produced The Chronicles of Riddick: Escape from Butcher Bay, ranked as one of the top movie to game ports of all time. Vin Diesel, as you would expect, is a big gamer himself, and has played multiple titles on console and PC, with the Call of Duty series being one of his favourites.
Pamela Anderson came to the fore when she starred in Baywatch, and since then she’s become known for being a headstrong woman who does what she wants when she wants. Anderson, therefore, is always looking to have a good time, and casinos became venues she would visit regular, both offline and online. The Baywatch star married professional poker player Rick Salomon back in 07, with many suggesting she did so after losing a game of poker to him.
Mila Kunis, the voice behind Meg Griffin on Family Guy since 1999, is often ranked as one of the most glamorous women on the planet, but she’s also a bit of a nerd when it comes to gaming. Several years ago, Kunis recalled her love for Blizzard’s World of Warcraft game (WoW), a title often associated with hardcore gamers. Kunis even went as far as saying she would regularly play all-day alongside her friends, as they went around wiping raids.
Gaming is a hobby which everyone will likely enjoy at some point in their life, especially celebrities, when they have free time on their hands. While most celebs are into online gaming in the form of playing poker, blackjack and roulette, there are plenty who enjoy video gaming on console and PC.