Fortnite an Addiction for Kids

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According to some research, it has been found that virtual entertainment has taken a great place in the lives of the growing population. There has been a sharp drop in the quality of relationship and mess communication with children and parents. Most of the teenagers spend their time on the social platform. Gaming leads to the decrease in the reliability among the family members and children turn into themselves.

Addiction to video-game is nothing new. Parents and teachers have been complaining about children getting addicted to video games. Presently the Fortnite has played a great role in this field. It has created a threat amongst children and their health.

Fortnite was first released its popular game, “battle royal” in the year September 2017. It is not only creating bad effects on the children but also on adults. As per an online UK divorce service, it has been noted that 200 and petitions have been cited. Fortnite and other similar games are the reason for breakups and divorce.

This very game so convincing as the battle-royal version of the game is free to play and available everywhere. Here the players compete in 100-person fights until the last person is standing. It’s a match which is quite hard to quit once a player starts playing it.

As the game is free it’s an opportunity to sell hundreds of dollars on add-ons on the bizarre weapons and “skin”. This transaction is done through a credit card. This company has recently partnered with the National Football League. This is done to sell the jerseys which are based on the player’s favorite teams.

The Dutch gaming regulators released a study called “loot boxes”. In this platform, the players purchase merchandise in a game without even realizing that exactly what they are getting and participating in the gambling world. This can be addictive.

In April, Dutch gaming regulators released a study stating that “loot boxes,” where players purchase merchandise in a game without knowing exactly what they are getting, amounted to gambling and can be addictive.

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