Hello, and Welcome to Gaming Industry Wire. My name is Todd, and I’m on a quest to offer you actionable and simplified computer and tech gadget advice.
Gaming Industry Wire was started in 2016 to provide information that makes it easy to understand your computers and gaming in non-technical language. I have always found the information online to be inadequate in providing actionable advice on how to use computers and gaming.
I wanted Gaming Industry Wire to offer something different, which is why I committed to crafting gaming and computer solutions that are actionable and easy to understand not just by the techies but also the homemaker and the senior citizen.
I was not a particularly gaming-savvy person growing up, and I did not even think about computers and gaming for any significant period. It was when I joined college that I started to get interested in gadgets, gaming, and computers in general.
It was in my junior year that I found I was having problems with finding any straightforward answers to my computer and gaming problems that I started to get really frustrated. An interesting thing began to happen; I soon figured out that whenever I would visit the question and answer sites such as Quora or Yahoo Answers, I would often get my questions answered in an easy to understand language. I became a regular contributor on computer and gaming and frequently had my answers upvoted as the top answers on many questions.
While I had not been a gamer or a computer geek, I found that if I tried out things and read enough about them, I was able to offer some good advice on almost anything in gaming. It was through a lot of trial and error to become a proficient computer gamer. While I cannot say I am a genius, I can confidently say that the team we have built at Gaming Industry Wire can handle and take care of all your computer needs and questions. We can help you to get your computer back to good working order.
Today’s gaming and computer landscape evolve very fast. For a person not well versed in modern technologies or innovations, it can cause real problems. Moreover, the huge amount of information online just complicates matters further as different experts may offer conflicting advice.
We at Gaming Industry Wire have made a commitment to certain principles that we strive to abide by.
What we do
1. Simplify complex computer and gaming advice
2. Give actionable advice
3. Write for ordinary not techie people
4. Use real life experience and testing to back up our advice
What we don’t do
1. Promote inferior or fake gadgets
2. Give you advice that we have not tested out ourselves and found to work
3. Encourage you to buy expensive tech or computer gadgets and accessories
4. Provide favorable reviews to companies for pay
Feel free to browse through our most popular content and solutions to a range of technical problems on our blog here:
We have done this to ensure that we are a one-stop shop for all thing computer and gaming advice, without all the confusion you may find on other web spaces.
If you would like to contact me or anyone on the team, please find us here.