n. a style of community living where-in a group of gamers i.e., a clan, guild, form a cohort that handles all living expenses by pooling together their joint income, making for easier and more efficient game time together. Game-house is usually run by a community contract where-in certain requirements must be met in order to maintain residence.
"We are currently looking for a game-house in downtown, Insert Urban Area here close to part-time work opportunities, so that our clan can spend more time preparing for an eGame tournament at said GameCon."
Por Antraeus 09 de septiembre de 2011

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