Do gamers need a Fashion Police? Seen here is the recently crowned Singapore champion for Gran Turismo 5, who will be representing us in Taiwan for the final showdown. With all the respective official representatives of various partners and sponsors, our champ is seen wearing bermudas and slippers.
I agree – it’s the skill that matters, and it’s okay to wear something that makes you comfortable. But if you have been shortlisted for the finals and there is a probability of you winning, shouldn’t you be wearning something more presentable?
Do you think this will lower the standard of impression on the gaming community, where gaming is sometimes criticised or accused as a cause for some crime or offence?