When most of us want to make a new purchase, we will probably start by researching on the internet. The information we gather will influence our choices and our experience with the products afterward. For that particular reason, it is important that those websites provide high-quality information which is unbiased and objective. That is unfortunately not the case most of the time. You may have noticed that many of the websites provide poor quality information that is biased, subjective, and misleading. They are not created by enthusiasts who have their fellow gamers best interest in mind. Their recommendations don’t make sense and are neither based on facts or good argumentation. That is why we have created Gamingfactors.com. Our primary goal is to provide high-quality, well-researched and unbiased information to our audience. The content in here is created by enthusiast gamers who have a lot of interest and knowledge on the particular subject.
We are continuously working to expand our website, If you are interested in making a contribution, then please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Our Growing Team
Wyatt Rice is a graphics designer, video editor, writer, and tech enthusiast. He has been working with computers for more than a decade and is also a longtime gamer. From editing videos to building computers, he’s done most any and everything with computers at one point or another. He is self-taught and loves anything tech and gaming related.
Jerry Keats is a gamer and Computer Science Engineer with an inquisitive disposition. Since he started playing Mario and Contra at the age of 6 with a friend, his thirst for knowledge and his passion for gaming have only grown. Usually, he can be found engrossed playing the latest game releases, researching new hardware and tech, or coding away on a new project that grabbed his attention.
Brian Fiori is a former console gamer who has realized PCs superiority and ascended as a Hardcore PC gamer. He spends his time building PCs and playing games like The Witcher 3, Diablo 3, Counter strike, Overwatch and much more. Other than that he enjoys writing about PC hardware, Games, and do product reviews.
Carlton Tailor: If you’re looking for Carlton, you’ll usually find him fawning over the latest tech at a convention or on CS:GO, shouting obscenities and rushing B at the slightest provocation. He can sometimes be coerced in to being a normal human being by offering him jellybeans.