In 2013 tech retailer GAME released an affordable £2 ($2.64) Christmas dinner in a can for hardcore gamers who spend their Christmas playing games online and don’t want to leave their chair.
GameStation, a UK video game retailer, added a clause to their T&C’s that stated that you surrender your immortal soul when you place an order through their site, to show that people don’t read them. They now own 7500+ souls.
A Chinese woman missing for 10 yrs and presumed dead was found living at an internet cafe. A runaway at age 14, she was good at the game “Cross Fire,”so other gamers paid to watch her play it; she slept at internet cafes and public bathhouses until being found at age 24
In 2010, UK Game retailer Gamestation gained ownership of over 7,500 souls due to a clause in their Ts&Cs. The “Immortal Soul Clause” was added as part of an attempt to highlight how few customers read the terms and conditions of an online sale. GameStation claims that 88 percent of customers did not read the clause, which gives legal ownership of the customer’s soul over to the UK-based games retailer.
Pewdiepie, a famous Youtuber sitting at the top with over 30 million subscribers; is one of the most well know figures among teenagers. He’s even more well known than Paul Walker, Katy Perry and even Jennifer Lawrence. He’s not at the top of the most well known either, Smosh and the Finebros beat him, taking the number 1 and 2 spot.