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The video gaming industry started developing quickly in the early 2000s. All main editors, developers, and gaming media were formed or got back on track at that time. A job in a gaming magazine was a dream of every gamer then.


But the gaming market was changing fast. Generations of consoles changed, the DVD/Blu-ray format became irrelevant, having given way to purchasing and downloading games on Steam and subsequently on other shops. Games were becoming more expensive but more accessible and casual. While the cost of magazines and other publications was becoming bigger and the payback was becoming lower and lower. All large gaming media were slowly sinking into oblivion. Together with it, a dream of thousands of boys and girls to make gaming an official way of profit disappeared.


But don't give up! Now, it's the second decade of the twenty-first century and it means that new time provides new opportunities.


If you ask gamers born at the end of the 90s or in the early 2000s where they find out information about games, watch game reviews and others, they will definitely point to YouTube.


YouTube has become one of the main killers of old gaming media but it has also founded a new industry. The most popular blogger PewDiePie has become popular with the help of video games.


As a result, gaming bloggers emerged instead of gaming journalists.


It is a qualitative step forward because unlike a journalist who is employed, a blogger works on himself/herself. And it has several obvious advantages:


  1. You can play what you want

  1. There are no stylistic or censorship restrictions

  1. You don't need to make reports to the date

  1. A fully free creative process


How Much Can a Gaming Blogger Earn?


However, we can't say reliably how much a gaming blogger earns. It depends on how many subscribers and views you have. PewDiePie is a dollar millionaire and holds the first place among the richest bloggers by Forbes.


Certainly, a blogger with 100 subscribers will earn almost nothing.


Also, an income depends on what advertisements a blogger integrates into his/her videos, how many and so on.


Gaming bloggers who have a small but stable audience, which amounts a few thousand people, can earn 1000$ a month and more.


It has to be known that a viewer wants a show, so the brighter and more aggressive your play is, the more viewers you receive.


Popular Services for Gaming Bloggers


Streaming services are another popular service for earning on playing video games. The most popular one is Twitch (to be honest, it is worth to say that YouTube has recently added a possibility of hosting streams). A stream is an online record. Streams play video games in front of the public, which follows them through a web-camera, comment a game and speak with the audience. Because it is way more difficult to advertise something in this format and the service doesn't pay for views, the streamers' main source of income is a donation. Donations are a contribution of viewers, their payment to a streamer for the entertainment he/she provides.


As you can understand, such way of income is unstable enough, creates psychological pressure and depends on many factors. Women are the most popular streamers. The more revealing their outfits and behavior, the more viewers and donations they have.


But according to popular streamers, this way of income has become their main job and brings very big money. Sometimes, they earn more than $1000 a day with the help of donations and many of them actively use their social media pages, which may double a profit.


To sum up, it can be said for a reason that if you can't live without video games and want to connect your professional life with it, you have such a chance in 2019. You don't even need special knowledge and skills to start doing this. You only need a gaming device, an Internet connection, and a camera. If you have charisma and you love what you do, your channel will soon bring significant money, on which you can live. The main thing is not to give up at the beginning and move forward to your dream!


 


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For too long, mobiles have been treated as second-class citizens in the world of gaming. Of course, all of us actually invested in mobile gaming know that the opportunities on this front regularly challenge the traditional, but still, this thought remains all too popular. Modern developments, however, are effectively combatting this belief among the holdouts.


Fortnite and Casinos - Where We Are

 

When it comes to the current state of mobile gaming, two of the best illustrations of current quality are those of Fortnite and online casino gaming.


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"Fortnite Screenshot 2018.04.18 - 18.41.4" (CC BY 2.0) by Whelsko


Say what you will about Fortnite as a game, but there is no denying its popularity. Especially important here is the fact that the game has one of the best mobile conversions of any AAA gaming title. Playing on a sufficiently powerful mobile device gives an experience remarkably similar to play on desktop or consoles, and this is a trend which will only increase as more developers take notice.


Operating alongside this is the enormous and still growing industry of online casino games. These have played on mobile perfectly for years, and now offer surrounding bonuses like the endless promos at Betsson to keep players engaged, as well as attracting new customers to the site. It's not just the games from these casinos which play perfectly, it's the additions like these which make them in many cases superior to their land-based counterparts.


Foldable Screens and Game Streaming - Where We're Going

 

The next step on this front comes from the approaching potential of folding-screen phones and game streaming. Folding phones come with major advantages over their traditional cousins, including larger screens, and the possibility of increased processing power. While these are currently in their infancy, some of the biggest names like the Samsung Galaxy Fold are poised to make waves before the year is out.



The other side of this, as aided by the approach of 5G networks, is game streaming. Effectively operating as Hulu or Netflix would, except for games, these services like Google Stadia remove almost all traditional hardware requirements from your device. This means any new game, at maximum settings, anywhere with a decent internet connection. Sure, we already have that for online casinos, but imagine being able to add Destiny 2 and Rage 2 to that list.


Getting Prepared

 

Preparing for this coming change in the landscape can be quite simple, depending on what style of games you like. Lovers of online casinos need only stay the course, as these are integrating much better than most. Players after gaming experiences like FPS or traditional MMO's, however, might need to make some additions.


Key among these is an eventual mobile upgrade (for 5G connectivity), and a mobile-connected gaming controller. We would recommend a gaming controller for mobile already, and a decent one of these can last for years, so choose carefully. Other than that, be sure to keep an eye on these coming changes. The entirety of gaming is about to change, and mobiles are going to play a fundamental part.


 


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Huawei was working on a new operating system after Trump administration enforced a ban on Huawei and Google announced to ceased its support of Android for the company's smartphones. And now, Huawei has officially announced HarmonyOS, the OS that is supposed to replace its reliance on Android. In China, the software is referred to as Hongmeng. The company says that the OS is based on a microkernel distributed OS, and can be used in everything from smartphones to in-vehicle systems. This will create a shared ecosystem across devices. The OS will be released as an open-source platform to encourage developers to work on it.


Since the US ban on Huawei back in May, the Chinese Govt. has shown its full support to the company and company announced that it is going to work on its own OS, but so far, we aren't sure about its reliability and global acceptance. Huawei plans to launch the new OS on a smartphone first before expanding it to other devices like wearables over the next three years. The first devices that will be getting HarmonyOS are expected to be unveiled on Saturday. The focus of this os is the Chinese market at first before Huawei expands it to other markets.

n a statement, the CEO of Huawei's consumer business group, Richard Yu, says that HarmonyOS is "completely different from Android and iOS" because of its ability to scale across different kinds of devices. "You can develop your apps once, then flexibly deploy them across a range of different devices," the CEO says. Although the OS has the ability to power more devices, in a follow-up press release, Huawei said that for the time being, they are going to use it only on the upcoming smartphones. It will continue using Android on its existing phones. Whether it can continue to do so is another matter. In a press conference following the launch, Yu said that the situation was "unclear" as to whether Huawei can still use Android, and that the company is "waiting on an update" to find out.

 

 


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Just after a day when Xiamoi unveils details about its 64-megapixel camera phone, Realme also had details to tell about its upcoming smartphone. At its camera innovation press conference in New Delhi on Thursday, the company revealed that it will be launching a smartphone equip with a quad-camera 64-megapixel lens in India before Diwali, which means before October 27.


Realme didn't share any specs but the Chinese smartphone company did reveal that it is using Samsung's ISOCELL bright GW1 sensor for the upcoming 64-MP camera phone. The upcoming Realme 5 and Realme5 Pro will also feature the quad-camera setup with a 64-MP primary shooting lens. There are reports of Realme working together with Samsung for a long time, even before ISOCELL bright GW1 went into production.


The company said, "We have been working closely with Samsung ISOCELL and created prototypes to start our development and testing work before GW1 was manufactured. Our goal was to make a camera with the highest resolution in the market,"


Realme further announced that the quad-camera setup will include a super wide-angle, 2x telephoto lens, ultra macro photography and expert m "The new Full-Function Quad Camera System on our smartphones will be packed with various features like Ultra Resolution, Super Wide Angle, Ultra Macro and Ultra Nightscape to provide our users an excellent camera experience," Meanwhile, Xiaomoi on Wednesday announced that it will launch a 64-MP camera phone under the Redmi brand in India. The company is also planning to bring a 100-MP camera phone under the MI-brand.


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The "Samsung Unpacked" event is over and as expected, it revealed the much awaited and rumored Galaxy Note 10 series of smartphones with their rainbow colored backs to us.


Unlike ever before, Samsung has unveiled two Galaxy Notes this year; the Galaxy Note 10 and the Galaxy Note 10 Plus. As they are finally here, we have a brief summary for you to get yourself acquainted with the highlight differences between the two devices. Samsung may not have a similar design, but they have certainly taken the full on Apple route to launching devices!


Internal Storage Options and Price

 

The Galaxy Note 10 is limited to only one RAM/storage option, the 8GB RAM/256 GB internal storage version, which has been priced at $949. The Note 10 Plus on the other hand starts at $1,099 for the 12GB RAM/256GB storage variant. There will also be a 512GB variant, but we are not clear on the price yet.


The Note 10 Plus 5G will have similar specifications as the Note 10 Plus, but with a 5G modem inside. It will also be about $200 more expensive at $1,299.


Display Size and Resolution

 

Not only is the Galaxy Note 10 sporting a smaller Super AMOLED display, it's also just FHD+ (2280 x 1080) resolution. The Note 10 Plus on the other hand, is blessed with the expectedly huge, 6.8-inch, QHD+ (1440 x 3040) Super AMOLED displays. Both displays are HDR 10+ compatible though.


They Share Similarity in Excluding the Headphone Jack

 

Yes, all the rumors and leaks were right, Samsung has finally abandoned the headphone jack, although there really is enough room on both phones to put one in. They also will not include an USB Type-C to 3.5mm jack adapter in the box, like they should have, but will sell you one for $10. Samsung has gone full on Apple apparently!


Cameras and Micro-SD Slots

 

Both devices have a punch hole notch in front for the single 10-mp selfie cameras, but the Note 10 Plus is the only one with the quad camera module and a micro-SD card slot for those huge image files. The specs for both camera modules are as follows are as below.


Note 10 Plus (Quad Camera Setup)

 

12 MP, 27mm, wide angle lens with f/1.5-1.8-2.4 variable aperture and OIS.


12 MP, 52mm telephoto lens with f/2.1 aperture and 2x optical zoom.


16 MP, 12mm, ultrawide lens with f/2.2 aperture.


ToF 3D VGA camera.


LED Flash


Note 10 (Triple Camera Setup)

 

12 MP, 27mm, wide angle lens with f/1.5-1.8-2.4 variable aperture and OIS.


12 MP, 52mm telephoto lens with f/2.1 aperture and 2x optical zoom.


16 MP, 12mm, ultrawide lens with f/2.2 aperture.


LED Flash


Battery Size and Color Options

 

The Note 10 has a significantly smaller 3500mAh battery (25W fast charging), as compared to the Note Plus's 4300mAh battery (45W fast charging).


Both the smartphones will come in Aura Glow, Aura White and Aura Black colors, although the rainbow colors of the Aura Glow will likely be the favorite this year.

All said and done, the Galaxy Note 10 should have been called Note 10 Lite, while the Note 10 Plus should have simply been named as Note 10. Samsung is trying to stay away from the cheaper "lite" tag apparently, but the Note 10 is essentially a watered down version of what we all expected the Note 10 to be, while the Note 10 Plus is for all intents and purposes, exactly the Note 10 should be.


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