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Amazon Prime Day 2020 Gaming Deals

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Amazon Prime Day 2020 has arrived, delivering hundreds of gaming deals with it. Whether you’re looking for discounts on controllers, games and accessories, or looking for a monitor, mouse or keyboard to upgrade your gaming PC, Prime Day offers some of the best gaming deals of the year.

We’re already seeing deals on games and accessories for the year’s most popular gaming console, the Nintendo Switch. Prime Day 2020 arrives less than a month before the launch of the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S consoles, so don’t expect many PlayStation 4 and Xbox One deals.

Popular PC gaming companies like Razer, Logitech, and SteelSeries are also known to drop their products to all-time low prices during Prime Day, too, so we’ll be on the lookout for lightning deals and updating

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Get 25% Back on Gaming Gift Cards and Memberships With Prime Card

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As noted in our Prime Day 2020 guide, having an Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Card or Amazon Prime Store Card is a no-brainer if you’re a Prime member. Card members get 5% back on pretty much everything Amazon sells all the time. When big events like Prime Day roll around, they like to toss in extra benefits for cardholders.

Prime Day Video Game Deals

This year one of those Amazon Prime Rewards card member benefits is a whopping 25% back on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation, and Xbox gift cards. Card holders will also receive 25% back on video game subscriptions like PlayStation Plus, Xbox Game Pass, and more.

Do I Need a Prime Rewards Visa To Get The Deal?

Yes. But if you don’t have a Prime Rewards card, you can apply for a Reward Visa Signature Card here or an Amazon Store Card here. You’ll also get a $100 bonus

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This All-Women Team Wants To Facilitate Farming Education With One Of The World’s Favorite Pastimes: Gaming

When two gaming experts and one social networking founder came together to solve one of the biggest issues in agriculture technology—the intersection of human health and animal health—the result was exactly what you might think: an app.

But make no mistake: “We’re not just playing games here” says Ariel Yi Chi Chang, 2020 30 Under 30 honoree and founder of GeGe Design.  

During the Forbes Under 30 Agtech+ Hackathon this past weekend, Chang, along with her teammates, Ashley Deese, 2019 30 Under 30 honoree and manager of digital media at Smithsonian and Kemishia Sorzano, For(bes) The Culture member and founder of Social Tea, were one of three teams tasked to come up with solutions for sustainable agricultural and animal health practices. Their proposal was Happy Herd: an app in which users care for a farm the same way a farmer would. Users manage their currency to select animals, monitor their

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