Over the last decade, gaming has become a big deal to a still growing part of the population. Not only are we playing more games ourselves, but we are also enjoying watching others play – either through Twitch or on actual TV. FIFA has especially become popular. If you’re considering either getting into FIFA or just watching it– or are already a fan and want to improve your playing – follow these three tips to get the best experience.
Ensure a Stable Connection at All Times
Many games are now played over the Internet, and FIFA is no exception. As people started watching and playing video games more, their playing sessions also grew longer and longer. This is why a good connection is more important than ever. If you have a bad connection, you risk the game lagging while you’re playing – and worst case scenario, you might even get kicked off the server. This can ruin an entire game and isn’t something anyone wants.
Even if your own Internet connection is fairly stable, you can still run into issues. For instance, what if you go on vacation? Although you may not be planning on playing FIFA, you might still want to e.g. watch an important FIFA tournament live.
Unfortunately, many experience issues connecting to the Internet in foreign countries. One way to boost your connection speed in these circumstances is to use a VPN for gaming. By doing so, you create a virtual private network that allows for the connection to be stable and more difficult for hackers to mess with. A VPN can also help you watch tournaments from all over the world without having your connection limited to a certain geographic area. Your connection will be masked as a “private tunnel”, allowing you complete privacy online.
Know All the Important Dates
Whether you’re a gamer yourself or mainly enjoy watching other people play FIFA, knowing important dates is always a good idea. This includes FIFA tournaments, new FIFA game releases and when your favorite teams are playing. Or maybe you’re massively invested in following the career of a specific gamer. Either way, you’ll need to know when games are set to be played to avoid missing out.
By missing a date, you also risk not reaping certain benefits. If a new FIFA game is set to drop, for instance, there may only be a limited amount available to order – and they’ll go to the early birds who know exactly when to be ready to buy.
Rules Always Matter
Lastly, no matter what you’re playing – whether it be FIFA or something else – one thing will always be a good idea: Knowing the rules in detail. Both gamers as well as streamers will get much more out of their gaming experience by spending a bit more time reading up on the dos and don’ts of the game before they get into it themselves.
There are many ways of getting to know the rules to your game of choice. You can play the game yourself and learn by doing, read the rule set or consult experts – for instance, on blogs, YouTube channels, Twitch streams or the like. This will greatly improve your gaming and/or viewing experience.