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LoginVR Creates VR Gaming Community for Native Hebrew Speakers

When three gamers inadvertently met online last year and discovered that they were all from Israel, it led to the formation of a gaming community that provides support, encouragement, and opportunities for native Hebrew speakers.

Eli Green, Adam Somberg, and Nathan River were trying to adapt to the reality of the pandemic last spring and like many others, they picked up some headsets and began playing VR games. All three of the 30-something-year-old men discovered Tower Tag, an excellent fast-paced PVP shooter from VR Nerds that was released in May 2020.

Read the rest of this article at VR Fitness Insider.

Sonya Haskinshttps://www.vrcommunitybuilders.com/
Sonya Haskins has been involved in VR esports as a professional player, marketing expert, and consultant. She has written extensively about competitive events and community-building opportunities for VR Fitness Insider, VR League.gg, and VR Esports.com.

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