The Riselings also number among the many people who have found love through massively multiplayer online role-playing games (MMORPGs) such as Utherverse, World of Warcraft and Second Life.
According to a 2007 study, one in three MMORPG players have found themselves attracted to another player.
Many of the virtual games available even allow avatars to have an intimate relationship but if your avatar is cheating, does that mean that you are?
According to polls and research many people think that having a relationship in a virtual game can be considered cheating.
Sean and Meta now celebrate two wedding anniversaries.
Decked out in matching jeans, cowboy hats and black boots, they had their real wedding in July 2010 in front of Sean's family and a justice of the peace in a small church in Colorado.
Over the next few weeks, they would go to amusement parks, take walks along the beach, tour architecturally-interesting houses and stay up through the night talking.
In September, they decided to take things to the next level and see each others' faces for the first time.
Cheating is difficult to forgive and may ultimately end a relationship, but different people have different opinions on what is considering cheating.
Did you cheat if you kissed someone else, or gave someone your phone number?
Their avatar wedding occurred eight months earlier, however.
While sitting together on the couch in their physical living room, they recited their vows in front of hundreds of cyberfriends in an extravagant Utherverse ceremony complete with a long dress, hired DJ and elaborate decorations.
Becoming too involved in your game can cause a real lack of trust in your real life relationship.