Japan Has A Company That Will Send A Video Game Coach To Your House

Japan Has A Company That Will Send A Video Game Coach To Your House

Want to raise your Street Fighter prowess? Stuck on a boss battle in Dark Souls III? Or are you simply looking to enter the ranks of the professional gaming scene? Enter GameLesson.jp.

Tired of getting owned in online first-person shooters or fighting games? Enter GameLesson.jp, which will send video game coaches to your house to personally tutor you on how to take your gaming skills to the next level. You can even pay a little extra to have a pro gamer come to your house to give you first-hand knowledge.  The only catach is that you have to live in Osaka or Tokyo.  If you live someplace else in Japan, you'll have to settle for online coaching.

Online lessons start at ¥4,500 yen/hr (US$39) while in-person coaching begins at ¥11,000 yen/hr ($97).

On a more humorous note, it's rumored that the most requested coaching is not for fighting or shooter games but for dating simulations. 

Do you think such a service could catch on here in the States? Let us know in the comment section below.

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