Every time you strap on a headset, you fuel a growing piece of the economy. Global spending on virtual reality (VR) and its cousin, augmented reality (AR), could top $13.9 billion by the end of 2017, according to recent forecasts. That’s expected to rise to as much as $143 billion by 2020. It’s fair to say that VR and AR are here to stay. And there’s one area that the two technologies are thriving in: online gaming. So how is this industry leveraging this technology and what fun, mind-blowing new developments do gamers have to look forward to this year?