I know it means “good game” and (should) mirroed an opinon of the person who said it.
But i cant help but notice, its becoming a meaninless phrase
“thank you for playing” -> good game
"It was not THE great challenge for me, but I see your effort" -> good game
"I think it was a bad game from you, but I dont want to be unpolite" -> good game
"I have noticed that it is common to say something afterwards" -> good game
‘gg’ is easy for the hand, of course.
Does it mean we getting lazier?
are we simply afraid of an (honest) conversation this days and using ‘gg’ as an excuse not to communicate? (swallow this compliment and shut up)
And how can I express when think it was seriously a really a good game, ‘sargg’?
What is your opinon?