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@lumzi32: people don't like labels just like certain musicians, but tbh it's all immature crap. Negative connotations associated with labels is a crap excuse.
If you do abc u are abc. If you you do abc & xyz well you fit into 2 categories and do both abc & xyz. If u practice a certain profession such as idk math, there is a label or term in the English dictionary to associate and identify you with that profession. Gaming, music, films or whatever are not subjected to bias imaginary definitions that are imposed onto oneself by said individual. No the definition of a gamer is one who plays games and gaming in general is not a complicated activity to define. You play even just a cellphone game for 1hr a week, go look at reports, you are classified as a gamer not whatever you want to call yourself or even more ludicrous not call yourself.
"Called" then. Point is, nothing wrong with being defined by what you do.
Do peopler who watch TV consider themselves Movers ?
Do people who listen to music who consider themselves Musers ?
The "Gamer" is Dead !
People who really love movies might call them selves film buffs. People who love music might call themselves music lovers. It isn't really that hard to answer your questions.