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Venezuelans gold farm 2001 MMO Runescape to put food on the table

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3y Oct 24, 2017
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Venezuelans are playing the 2001 MMO Runescape as a means of putting food on the table. Gold farming in the game is actually a way of scraping by for many people in the economically troubled country.

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Sources:
Independent - http://www.independent.co.uk/news/long_reads/how-venezuela-went-from-the-richest-economy-in-south-america-to-the-brink-of-financial-ruin-a7740616.html

Kotaku - https://kotaku.com/the-runescape-players-who-farm-gold-so-they-dont-starve-1819720013

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