Gamersupps vs Gfuel
Gfuel and Gamersupps: Who will come out on top?
Have you heard about Gamersupps vs Gfuel? Do you like Gfuel? Or perhap you’re more inclined to drink Gamersupps? Maybe both? Whatever you prefer, just know that you’ve involuntarily joined a cold war between the two brands, a war that was started by just a single tweet, that later led to Gfuel banning Gamersupps on Twitter.
Since then, the Gamersupps vs Gfuel beef has steadily been becoming more and more indirect, with shitposts and memes hinting at the other being thrown around their respective social media platforms, sponsored taste reviews with “gamersupps vs gfuel” in the title that most likely were biased, and comedic digs in their tweets.
However, just like Kong vs Godzilla, one of them seems to be bigger than the other. Gamersupps seems to be the only one actually putting in work towards the beef, while Gfuel simply ignores it. Many fans of gamersupps would probably call this a “W”, but who won is not up for us to decide. We like ‘em both, after all!
However, if you are still trying to make up your mind about which one to pick from if you’re just getting started, we shall give you all the important deets and specifics of the two so that you can make a more decisive choice. Let’s jump into it!
Now, both drinks are made to increase your game sense, focus and energy. That’s something they both do great! But their ingredients? Those may vary a lot. Let’s compare!
Gamersupps contain Vitamin C, D3, B6, B12 and B7. Gfuel contains Vitamin C, E, B3, B6 and B12.
As we can see, Gfuel stands out with Vitamin E and B3, which is involved in the immune function, and improved cholesterol levels, in that order. Gamersupps on the other hand, has D3, the vitamin we get from sunlight, and B7, that helps the body metabolize fats, carbohydrates and protein.
So, are you less out in the sun during the day, and maybe need to increase your metabolism? Then Gamersupps is more for you. Do you get sick a lot, and could use a boost to your immune system, then choose Gfuel.
Pay in mind however that it all depends on your RDI – recommended daily intake. These vitamins should only really be taken if you have a deficiency for any of these vitamins, as consuming above the RDI is completely pointless and gives no further gain. Both Gfuel and Gamersupps are pretty much wasting ingredients, as most of their RDI for each vitamin are above 100%, sometimes even 1000% in Gamersupps case. So, if you already have a high intake of B12, maybe stay away from Gamersupps.
For some, this is the most important part! So let’s see, Gamersupps vs Gfuel, who got the most bang for their buck?
Gamersupps and Gfuel both contain caffeine, which gives you that intense moment of energy during your gaming session. Gamersupps doesn’t have taurine, however, while Gfuel does. We’ve covered Gfuels energy and focus complex before, but it pretty much goes like this:
Taurine, L-Citruline Malate, Caffeine, Glucoronolactone, N-Acetyl-L-Carnitine HCI, Velvet Bean (Mucuna pruriens) Seed Extract, L-Tyrosine, N-Acetyl-Tyrosine, Adeonsine-5-Triphosphate Disodium Salt (ATP), Toothed Clubmoss Aerial Parts Extracts, Bacoba Lead Extract.
While Gamersupps look more like:
Caffeine, L-Theanine, L-Tyrosine, Choline L-Bitartrate, Phosphatidylserine, Lutein, Natural Astaxanthin (from Haematococcus pluvialis), Potassium, Zinc, COQ10, Acai Berry Extract, Goji Berry Extract, Ginseng Root Extract, Mangosteen Fruit Extract
G-fuel has a lot of bang for their buck when it comes to the energy department, but Gamersupps offer a more nutritionally complete Energy Label together with a cheaper price. Gfuel offers a variety of flavors that you often can’t find anywhere else, but that doesn’t mean that Gamersupps don’t have a lot of flavours.
No matter how boring of an answer it is, which one you should choose is completely up to you!