A lot of establishments nowadays are offering free Wi Fi hot spots so the need of renting a computer for internet browsing is decreasing.
From my personal experience, I usually rent computer at malls and pay 60 per hour not to check my Facebook news feed but to make documents for printing.
Internet Cafes (I-Cafes) were like mushrooms during early 2000’s, where the demand for computer use was so high because of students for their assignments and projects, of employees for their paper works and research, and of gamers for their fun and leisure.
In today’s Information Age, I-Cafes still do exist.
In order to be played, it requires a good and stable internet connection.
Another is LOL (League of Legends), where like DOTA 2 requires an internet connection.Mobile internet can be used however with the existing cap per month by our major carriers, video streaming is now discouraged.Video Chat can be substituted with Face Time from a mobile device or tablet.If you plan to focus on e-gaming, the hardware specifications of your PC must meet and exceed the recommended requirements of each game. Your goal here is to provide an amazing gaming experience for your customers.Your investment here is focused on heavy duty CPU’s, widescreen monitors, soft keyboards, headsets and excellent mouse and mouse pad.Well for a guy like me, I was hooked on playing computer games just like playing Super Mario on SNES.Lets take a look on the development of E-gaming since its conception.For example, if you want to stream videos and print some documents, you would look for a cafe like Netopia.If you want to play games at a high level, you would probably prefer a Cafe like the Mineski Infinity Cyber Cafe. If you plan to combine the two, it’s like being a Jack of All Trades and a Master of None.You can play alone or play with people inside the I-Cafe since you are all connected in a local network.Then came the MMORPG (Multi-Player Online Role Playing Game), like Ragnarok, MU, Flyff and the like, which initially required game cards to play the game. Now, mostly MMORPG’s are free to play and earn revenues on selling in-game items for cash.