Chloe Grace Moretz wants the world to know gaming isn’t just for geeks or nerds or dudes for that matter. The actress has teamed up with Dell and Alienware to create a new video series showing how much fun gaming can be and to kill some of the stereotypes.
“It’s another form of sexism to say girls don’t game,” Moretz told Mashable in a phone interview. “It’s unfair. Gaming is such a fun experience, I really wanted to show that in the web series — that it’s not aggressive, it’s not masculine. It’s just fun.”
Chloe Grace Moretz finds comradery while visiting Rooster Teeth Studios in Austin, TX, and joins Achievement Hunter to play Rocket League, a highly competitive futuristic Sports-Action game, in which players are equipped with booster-rigged vehicles for a high-octane re-imagining of soccer.
Alienware knows gaming is the great equalizer and gamers come in all shapes, sizes and ages. They’ve teamed up with actor and gamer Chloe Grace Moretz on a three-part video series, the first of which she competes alongside Achievement Hunter on Alienware PCs to play one of today’s hottest games, Rocket League. Catch all the videos on Alienware.TV.