Whether you’re celebrating a birthday, graduation, or special occasion, a party can be a great way to unwind and enjoy time with friends. Gamers may want to combine their gaming interests when making party plans.
The gaming industry should generate more than $138 billion in 2021, while the party industry’s expected to surpass $3 billion in revenue. Let’s look at what you need to set up in your gaming room to ensure you host an unforgettable party.
Invest in a widescreen TV
Mounting a widescreen gaming TV on your wall ensures your guests can view the gameplay. You’ll want a gaming TV with a fast refresh rate, referencing the number of times the TV updates the images per second. The best gaming TVs have at least 60Hz and eliminate ghosting and tearing, ensuring you enjoy superb visual images during gameplay. Larger TVs with high resolution offer superb picture quality and an immersive experience, which is why gamers typically favor full HD or ultra HD TVs. These TVs have more pixels on the screen. The volume of pixels increases picture clarity, ensuring viewers enjoy crisp visual images. With better picture quality, gamers are more likely to capitalize on rewards and avoid hazards during gameplay.
Choosing the best TV for gaming involves comparing models and features. Today’s best gaming TVs include the LG CX OLED, Samsung Q80T QLED, Samsung TU8000 Series, Vizio M7 Series Quantum 2020, Sony Bravia XH95/X950H Series, and Hisense 55H9G TVs. The Sony Bravia XH95/X950H Series comes in various sizes, enabling you to acquire an 85-inch TV that fills a wall. Alternatively, you can opt for an 82-inch Samsung TU8000 Series TV. Smaller TVs include the 65-inch LG CX OLED TV and 55-inch Samsung Q80T QLED TV. You can choose between three screen sizes if you opt for a Vizio M7 Series Quantum television.
In addition to the resolution, refresh rate, and size, you should also consider the types of ports. TVs may have HDMI, USB, or RF ports. Once you have your gaming TV, you can mount it on the wall or place it on a TV stand. Place furniture facing the TV to ensure gamers can sit down while playing video games. Add extra seating for viewers who want to watch gameplay.
Make space for rental equipment
Although hosting a party can be a great reason to invest in a new gaming TV or game console, you don’t have to buy everything. Locating a reputable rental company’s a great way to expand your entertainment options affordably. Contact a party rental company to discuss rental options. You can invest in an air hockey table rental or rent a foosball or ping pong table. Renting carnival games, such as shuffleboard or ring toss, is also an option. You can even rent a 9-hole mini-golf course suitable for indoor play or giant games like Plinko, checkers, and Jenga. With enough space, you can add some arcade game rentals to your party budget, allowing your guests to play classics such as Guitar Hero or Terminator 2. One of the best things about renting equipment is that the rental company will deliver your party rental items to your home and set them up. You should measure your available space before renting items to ensure you’ll have enough room for the equipment.
Leave space for refreshments
Make sure you have space for a table where you can put out snacks and beverages for guests. If you have ample space, you may also want to add some tables and chairs near the refreshment table to encourage people to keep food and drinks away from electronic games. The right equipment can ensure a successful party. Measure your available space and buy or rent the equipment you need for your guests. Make sure you also leave enough space for a refreshment table.