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On May 28th, Google's Lead Digital Coach in Illinois, JinJa Birkenbeue, sat down to have a chat with Sugar Gamers founder Keisha Howard.

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I have never been much a gaming mouse snob. I play PC games and tend to lean toward standard layouts. When I heard about the Lexip PU94 I was intrigued. They claimed to bring users the full mobility of TWO joysticks, being a console gamer as well, I was curious. Maybe it was time to step up my mouse game. Upon receiving the mouse AND signature mouse pad I …

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With a love for games and LOTS of brains, we found ourselves drawn to Iyanu founder Madison Campbell. Campbell works out of New York as a tip top example of what women can achieve in stem. Her resume is an impressive stack of ambitious ventures. She wants to expand job markets and change minds on an international level. Meanwhile she has managed to find balance and play her favorite …

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In the year 2003, something happened that altered the course of human history. It was  game changing. It was an innovation in the way people live and socialize. On December 2, 2003, Electronic Arts gave us The Sims. And nothing was ever the same again. Through The Sims, people were able to disengage from their real lives and live a second, more sensational existence where they could indulge in …

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This article was originally published in 2017. Because Sugar Gamers is participating in Nikki Lynette’s self-care challenge, and because there is a growing need for more mental wellness discussions within the tech & gaming community, we are posting an updated version of the original article, written by Sugar Gamers founder Keisha Howard.   Since the age of 10, video games have been my favorite way to escape from reality. As …

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When you think of the rapper Soulja Boy, you probably think of his smash hit (from like 10 years ago) called Crank That Soulja Boy. Since he came on the scene, Soulja has been known for his dance moves and online antics. He is actually considered the pioneer of using the internet to sell yourself as an artist, being the first rapper to capitalize off of social media in …

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Hello. My name is Nikki Lynette and I am sore all over. I feel like I did a full body workout with heavy weights, but I didn’t. I got this way from doing one 45 minute class at Cycmode… and I can’t wait to do it again. Since November 24th, Sugar Gamers has been joining me in my 30 Day Self-Care Challenge for my mental health movement Get Out …

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The model pictured above has over 151,000 followers on Instagram. She’s been featured in high fashion publications like Vogue and Cosmopolitan, she’s modeled for upscale brands like Balmain and Tiffany and high end make-up lines like Pat McGrath. She’s a girl who seems to have it all. Despite her entrancing beauty, the lovely woman you see above is digital. Meaning, she’s not real. Her name is Shudu, and she …

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