A new hotel Taiwan has opened to cater to the needs gamers. Those who want to indulge their favourite games while business or vacation can now do so the iHotel, near Taiwan's capital Taipei. Rooms the hotel are fully equipped with two state-of-the-art gaming computers with 32-inch screens, plush DXRacer gaming chairs, and ambient lighting to create the perfect mood getting behind the joystick. The gaming computers are side--side to ensure gaming with your partner has a more competitive edge. The rooms are also furnished a 46-inch TV for guests to chill after a hard session gaming. And if that's not enough, the hotel's lobby features a large gaming arena larger groups.
Putting gaming consoles hotel rooms may lead to positive benefits besides relaxing and getting away it all. One study analysed data over 12,000 high school students Australia. Researchers found that students who played online games almost every day scored 15 points average in maths and reading tests and 17 points above average science. A Columbia University study indicated that gaming 6-to-11-year-olds greatly increased their chance "high intellectual functioning and overall school competence". However, critics gaming warn the harmful effects gaming because of depictions of violence, sexual themes, alcohol, tobacco, drugs and profanity.