Cuba's Underground Gaming Network

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Cuba has joined the global network, but high prices have driven Havana’s citizens to construct their own.

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25 thoughts on “Cuba's Underground Gaming Network

  1. "Downloading one game here, 1 GB…" Dramatic hand gesture "… Long time."

    As someone who grew up with shitty dial up from the mid '90s, I completely felt his pain.

  2. The people who go overseas and bring back games to sell aren't generating profit in the same way a capitalist would. They're selling personal property. A capitalist would let other people work with their privately owned means of production and then keep the profits that the workers produce. I doubt Cubans have a problem with selling things to make money, since they have stores.

  3. We have it good in the US … I don't want to hear shit the next time you cant get a signal in some space or your own house. These guys are innovative, and could have been making money but they are working together to grow. Cheers guys this made my day.

  4. DAmn, I just watched the video in 1080p which is probably around 800mb while paying 10 dollars a month for 100mbps speed . Kudos to these guys Net is indeed expensive in other countries

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