In the days following, Marinez continued OSRS gold and spent more than 36 hours on the task. "There are moments when I find it difficult to bear playing ... however, when it's in exchange for money, I'll take some of it," he messaged me in Spanish He added later that "It's my job to do it. The result is that I'm able to live."Marinez Aged 20 year old "does services" for players from Old School RuneScape, a massively multiplayer online online role-playing game. Players from all over the world pay him--usually through Bitcoin--to go on quests and level up their characters, whether they are miners, fighters, or hunters.In Venezuela In 2019, where 95 percent of the population made less than the poverty limit in the amount of $1.90 for a day. according to the findings of a study conducted by a Venezuelan university, Marinez has done better than the rest of the population.In addition to the pocket change that he earns from a nearby pizzeria, Marinez earns around 60 bucks a month from RuneScape and can afford cornmeal for arepas and rice for his son and sister. However, for Marinez, toiling away online isn't only about arepas. It's about escape--even if he thinks the medieval fantasy game is boring.As a result of one of the largest economic crises of the last 45 years without conflict, the president and other people in Venezuela have turned to playing video games as a means for survival as well as a possible route to migration. Gaming with video games isn't just about sitting at a desk. It can mean movement. Herbiboar hunting in cheap RS gold could help finance the food we eat today and the future of tomorrow for Colombia or Chile nations where Marinez is a member of the family.