The term ‘Gaming Chair‘ is pretty new and when you ask a random person on the street, he or she wouldn’t have a clue what it actually is. Also among gamers there are different perceptions of that term and what it actually means, as there are different things you could potentially mean. Here’s the three possible meanings of ‘gaming chair’ for different gamers – we on pro-gaming-chair obviously always think of the very first definition when talking about gaming chairs:
1. Gaming Chairs for PC Gamers:
The classic gaming chair for PC gamers is the one you will see throughout esports leagues and twitch streams all across the globe: inspired by racing seats, these chairs are ergonomically shaped to offer a comfortable throughout multiple hours of gaming. Their design is 1:1 taken from motor sports and offer the same ‘sporty’ feel. Popular brands are DXRacer or AKRacing.
2. Gaming Chairs for Console Gamers:
The second possible meaning describes specially crafted ‘rocker chairs‘ that have more of a ‘lounge feel’ to them than a ‘motor sport feel’. These rocker chairs are also called multimedia chairs and have speakers and audio plugs installed in them, so you can connect your console directly to it and have it feed the game sound into it. These multimedia chairs are put in front of the TV, so you can ‘lounge’ while playing your favorite console games.
3. Gaming Chairs for Racing Games:
Many hardcore fans of racing games like to have the exact same experience that you have in race cars. That’s why specific ‘racing chairs‘ are being sold! These racing chairs are built to be set up with a racing wheel and also have a stand for pedals. A lot of them can also accomodate multiple screens, so you have your whole setup built into one chair.