While some parents are concerned about how much time their children spend on playing Fortnite, popular Twitch streams Tyler's Ninja & # 39; There were some things to say about their concerns.
As is the case with most video games becoming incredibly popular, the kids begin to spend a ridiculous time playing them, which causes their parents to be worried.
The situation has apparently been so bad that some parents themselves send their children to rehab because they become addicted and play up to 12 hours a day.
As written in a video that has made the rounds on Twitter since it was released on the morning of November 28th, this is apparently a widespread issue that many parents face.
The video was accompanied by an article that at one time brings together a connection between video games and drugs, as British behavioral specialist concludes that "[Fortnite] is like heroin. When connected, it's difficult to get unheard of."
To Ninja, however, the problem is not with Fortnite himself, but rather with the parents, as he makes it clear that the problem is that they are unable to curb their children's habit more than anything else.
He says that instead of instead of the article, the title is "Fortnite Addiction Is Forcing Kids Into Video-Game Rehab", they should instead go with "Terrible parents do not know how
Title should be" Terrible parents know not how to bring their children's gaming system away "
̵1; Ninja (@Ninja) 28th November 2018
This debate is nothing new but as most popular games are met with similar requirements as parents fighting for managing their children, sinking tons of time to a new game.
Fortnite crossed over 200 million players land recently and much of the audience is younger, it's likely that this w It's not the last time we hear discussion about this case.