Definition of gamester in English:

gamester

noun

  • See game

    • ‘The work's oversized video projections scrutinize the mesmerized, slightly twitching faces of young gamesters as they maneuver, kill and die in the cyber realm of a network combat game.’
    • ‘Ford's Volvo is so pleased with the effect of its games that it has put gamesters into a TV commercial, and plans its own game for consoles such as Sony's PlayStation.’
    • ‘‘The extended multimedia instructions only benefit a tiny minority of gamesters,’ said the US manufacturer.’
    • ‘The more obscure and complicated the buttons are, the more the young gamester loves to master them (and the more baffled their parents are).’
    • ‘We look at two games that are sure to entertain younger and older gamesters alike.’

Pronunciation

gamester

/ˈɡeɪmstə/