What’s up gamers? Are you ready to take your gaming room to the next level? Whether you want to find the best lighting for live streaming or want to impress your friends, this is the place for you. In this guide, we'll be highlighting all things gamer lighting from how it can improve your gaming experience to game room lighting ideas. Let’s get started!
Whether you’re playing a round of Madden solo or having some friends over to play Mario Party, gamer room lights can take your experience to the next level. Game room lights create a unique environment to immerse you into the world of your favorite games.
Gaming in total darkness can cause eye strain, headaches, and disorientation. There is nothing worse than when you’re in the middle of a round of Call of Duty and you knock over your drink in the dark. Then you’re scrambling to clean it up before it reaches your expensive controllers and consoles. Gaming lights give enough light for you to see your controller or keyboard to avoid playing in complete darkness and knocking things over. Not only that, but they help even out the disparity between the brightness of your screen and the surrounding environment so that you can play more comfortably for longer.
Overhead lights cause glare on the screen making it harder to see where you’re going in Mario Kart. Don’t get us started on how floor and desk lamps create clutter and ruin the whole vibe when battling the Ender Dragon in Minecraft. Your gaming room is your battle station and needs to be customized to fit the universes you’re exploring. Here is a list of game room lighting ideas to help you find the best lighting for your setup.
Now that you know the different types of lights gamers use, it’s time to decide which ones will work best for you and your setup. Here are three things to consider when looking at gamer lights.
Know Your Space
Now that you have conquered this gamer lighting guide, it’s time for you to level up your gaming room setup. Go out there and find the lights that best suit your video game endeavors, whether that be live streaming, playing with friends, or solo.
Contributing Writer: Madeline Collins