In 2019, nearly 46% of gamers in the United States were female. This was a slight increase over the previous year. Professional esports players like Sasha “Scarlett” Hostyn are making in excess of $300,000 per year playing. Ask around to your friends and you will find, that not only are girls and women gaming, but they are also often dominating. Gaming is not the same male-dominated sector that it used to be. So, why is gamer fashion so dominated by unisex t-shirts, baggy sweatshirts, and sportswear that looks like it belongs in a football locker room?
At the Noname Nerd, we are proud to partner with designer MVRSHCVT to offer 8-Bit Chic, a line of clothing made especially for feminine gamers by feminine gamers. Using high-quality material and patterns that are designed to accentuate female figures, MVSHCVT has worked to create a line of clothing that goes beyond the overdone logo t-shirts that dominate gamer fashion and introduces designs that resonate with contemporary gamer culture with a flair for fashion as well. The Bit-Chic collection has feminine designs for feminine gamers.