or game chang·er
- Sports. an athlete, play, etc., that suddenly changes the outcome of a game or contest.
- a person or thing that dramatically changes the course, strategy, character, etc., of something: Social media has been a real game-changer in the company’s marketing efforts.
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Either way, Bragman knows he took part in a moment that truly can be called a game-changer.How Howard Bragman Orchestrated Michael Sam’s Coming Out
March 12, 2014
“That film about the tour was a game-changer for all of us,” remembers the comic.Cedric the Entertainer Wants to Make You a Millionaire
September 2, 2013
If polls start showing Santorum beating Obama, that could be a game-changer, Brabender says.No Champagne for Santorum Guru
February 10, 2012
Newt thrived and Romney bombed, which could make this debate a game-changer.Republican Debate: Newt Won and Romney Bombed with a Bet
December 11, 2011
But days eight and nine were a little bit of a game-changer.Inside the Trial of Dr. Conrad Murray
October 9, 2011