Gamer (Ukrainian:Гамep) was a the debut feature-length film directed by Oleg Sentsov. Out of the Russian and Ukrainian language in 2011. He tells of a young gamer, who lives with his mother in Simferopol. Premiere was held in 2012 in Rotterdam. The film participated in several international film festivals and was a highly marked by the professional community, in particular, a premium Russian Guild of Film Critics at the festival Spirit of Fire in Khanty-Mansiysk.
The film's protagonist - a teenager Lyoscha - enthusiastic player in computer games, all the time conducting in specialized clubs. During his passion, he almost did not pay attention to others, neither his mother, grieved the fact that his son had dropped out or a girl Katya, in love with him; any friends. In an environment of professional gamers Lyoscha reputed to be the best, followed by victory in many competitions. In an effort to become the best he embarks on an international gaming tournament in Los Angeles, but it takes only a second. Returning home, Lesch rid of their gaming devices, and for the first time the entire film on his face there is a smile.
In 2024, inventor and professional computer programmer Ken Castle has revolutionized the gaming industry with his self-replicating nanites that replace brain cells and allow full control of all motor functions by a third party. Castle's first application of this technology is a game called Society, which allows gamers to control a real person in a pseudo community (much like The Sims or Second Life). This allows players to engage in all manner of debauchery, such as deliberately injuring their "characters" and engaging in rough sex with random people. As a result, those who work as "characters" in Society are paid very well in compensation.