Seventy-one per cent of parents believe that video games may have a positive impact on their kids, while 44 per cent try to restrict video game content, says a net study.
According to the CS Mott Children”s Hospital National Poll on Children”s Health in US, 86 per cent of parents agree that teeagersspend too much time gaming. Parents also reported very different gaming patterns for teenage boys than girls.
Twice as many parents said that their teen boy plays video games every day compared to parents of teen girls. Teen boys are also more likely to spend three or more hours gaming.