ISR e-Sports, located in Kobe, Japan is a new esports facility that only serves gamers ages 60 and above.
The facility comes complete with equipment to ensure any senior citizen gamer will have a great and comfortable time.
From curved monitors, keyboards with wrist rest, to headsets and gaming chairs — it’s a gray gamer’s paradise!
The PC setups will provide its elderly users various video game titles spanning from idle browser games to strategical online titles featured in different esports tournaments, according to SoraNews 24.
Senior citizens who are unfamiliar with esports will even be given some basic gaming instructions to help them understand game mechanics.
There is also a part of the facility that serves as a break room where senior players can just rest and chat after hours of gaming.
ISR e-Sports opens today on the 3rd floor of the ISR building in Kobe. It is open from Monday to Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Seats are limited so members are required to phone in to make a reservation. The facility’s full schedule and availability can be checked on ISR e-Sports’ website and Twitter.
Additionally, senior citizens like the 78-year old CSGO champion Abbe “BirDie” Borg and the world’s oldest gaming YouTuber 90-year old Hamako “Gamer Grandma” Mori are proof that video games are for everyone regardless of age.
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