As coronavirus lockdowns worldwide have increased the hours per day that kids and teens spend online, so have their use of gaming platforms. For parents, this raises many common concerns around gaming such as compulsive overuse, age appropriate imagery, and how to mitigate the potential for bad actors to do harm.
We have also seen video games become a vital aspect of leisure during the pandemic, creating a space for decompression and most importantly, socialization. Gaming platforms have become a place to escape the news, for kids to connect with their peers from afar, and for families to spend quality time together at home. Quality content in this arena can offer many benefits for education, development, and the sense of belonging that comes from participating in an inclusive online group.
Join us for a discussion with three of the leading experts in gaming, digital parenting, and children's wellbeing.