Last Updated: Jan 6, 2018
Gamers often spend countless hours playing their favorite games and having a quality chair that also simultaneously gives you the occasional massage whilst you frag enemies might be something that tickles your fancy if you're looking to maximize comfort, health, and reduce pain. Or to perhaps enjoy gaming even more by allowing yourself to relax into the experience.
We've searched around for the best gaming massage chairs we could find on the market right now to help you choose the right one, and we've included tips on what to look for in a good massage chair and whether or not they're actually worth the money in the first place. Let's get to it.
See Also: How to Choose a Gaming Chair
Not all massaging chairs are created equal, and if you want to buy one for gaming (or any other purpose) then you should consider the following things in your research.
A hobbyist game programmer turned tech & hardware enthusiast, Julz is the founder of BGC and has kept a keen eye on the latest in DIY gaming ever since starting BGC in his spare time back in '06 as an almost-laughably basic, unimpressive little site with a simple aim to try and make building a PC more accessible to the average gamer since most resources were far from noob friendly.
Over countless reinventions and reiterations to the quality and depth of content over the years, the site has steadily grown into the fairly expansive, comprehensive and constantly-updated PC building resource that it is today, now reaching and helping thousands of gamers and power users each and every month to more effectively plan optimal setups for their exact needs. His fav PC games of all time are HL1, WC3 & SWKOTOR (OOT, Perfect Dark & MGS2 for consoles). You can learn more about the BGC mission here & how to support it.
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