A Bloomberg report has stated that parents are sending their kids to therapy for fortnite addiction, but Ninja has a different perspective.
Many parents have become so worried about their children logging several hours into the Battle Royale that they have begun sending them to rehab.
One parent, Debbie Vitany, claimed that her 17-year-old son would spend as much as 12 hours a day playing Fortnite which was negatively affecting his grades, sleep schedule, and overall health.  Parents have been turning to rehab options as they simply can not get their kids to stop gaming.
Fortnite addiction has become so serious that some parents are sending their kids into rehab pic.twitter.com/znyi5Peuqd
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Ninja, on the other hand, Tweeted his own opinion on this report stating that the title should instead read, "Terrible parents don ' I know how to take the ir kids gaming system away ".
Title:" Terrible parents do not know how to take their kids gaming system away "
– Ninja (@Ninja) November 28, 2018
Ninja Raises An interesting question about where the blame really lies.
In the article, it seems to put a lot of attention on epic games saying that the game is like heroin. Lorrine Marer, a child's behavioral specialist is quoted saying. "
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Fortnite has put on several tournaments that have professional and casual players alike who compete for massive cash prizes, such as the Summer Skirmish
Fortnite has become a juggernaut in the gaming world with a total player count topping 200 million.