From Versatile Gaming Speakers to Luxuriously Geeky Homes

By: Meghan Young - Dec 12, 2014
The living room is slowly transitioning from a traditional television watching space to one chock full of gaming home entertainment. Video games make up one of the biggest and most profitable markets in the world, so it comes as no surprise that people are introducing consoles and furniture that support this particular pastime.

Yet what makes gaming home entertainment even more interesting is how versatile the technology really is. People can not only play their games, they can also socialize virtually, watch movies and listen to music. As people move away from cable and adopt digital subscriptions to Netflix, Hulu, Shomi and more, it is becoming increasingly apparent that gaming home entertainment is the future for such living spaces.