No, this is not a matchmaking service. I mentioned “GameGirls”, not “GamerGirls”. That’s what the message seems to imply. To paraphrase: :”If you have lost your girlfriend, why not meet (and play) with/about this girls instead…”
As an advocate of games, I feel this makes gamers seem like losers or a group of people who rely on games to drown their sorrows or loneliness. I’ve known many gamers who are happily married (to partners who are gamers or non-gamers) and there are gamer-parents who are already inculcating gaming into their kids’ upbringing for all the good effects that gaming offers.
So, my message to gamers out there who’s lonely or going through a breakup (I know how it feels, been through many), here’s my piece of advice: Now that you’re alone, a few rounds of gaming is fine, but you don’t have to drown yourself with a virtual girl. Get out there and do something fun and transforming for yourself – go for a run, visit the gym more, pick up a book, learn a new skill. Meet new people and you will find new love.