• Yes, They do.

    There is a great possibility for anyone to develop an addiction into video gaming, Which isn't any more different than the likes of drugs and alcohol.

    It becomes an inevitability once the individuals fully manages to devote himself/herself into exhibiting a pattern of behavior of recurrent performance of action successfully and frequently, To the point where this becomes deeply imbibed into your psyche.

  • Yes, It does exist

    Several medical organisations now recognise video game addiction as a legitimate illness and addiction. The WHO has categorised "gaming disorder" as:

    "persistent or recurrent gaming behaviour [. . . ] characterised by impaired control over gaming, Increasing priority given to gaming over other activities to the extent that gaming takes precedence over other interests and daily activities and continuation of gaming despite the occurrence of negative consequences. "

    The American Psychiatric Association (APA) is also considering characterising video game overuse as an addiction.

  • Not gonna lie, Yes. It does exist.

    Video games should really be played in moderation. If a kid plays too much videogames they won't do good in school, And then they won't be able to get a good job, And they will just be on the street or in their mom's basement. So yes i think it exists

  • Video games addiction doesn't exist.

    People are saying video games r bad? It's not an addiction, Its a hobby. Hey you never know, One day your kid becomes pro and gets thousands of dollars a day from gaming and streaming. Kids should have unlimited video games because there are things that are stressful to them like school for example. Video game addiction doesn't exist and doesn't cause bad things.

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