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23:07Next Level: Are video games addictive?

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3:07People play video games
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3:29Kids enjoy playing video games
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2:30A smartphone

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The Rise Of E-sports

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2:25Sophia Taylor Ali and Tom Holland appear in a scene from "Uncharted."
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5:41A screenshot of a mobile phone displaying the App Store version of the game "Among Us."
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Apple Trial Shows How Platforms Shape Mobile Games

5:23A screenshot of Ellie from "The Last of Us: Part 2"
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5:30An animation of a video game player during coronavirus lockdown
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How Video Games Can Help (Not Hurt) Mental Health


How Playing Video Games Is Becoming A Full-Time Job

In this Thursday, Jan. 28, 2021 file photo, a GameStop sign is seen above a store, in Urbandale, Iowa.
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9:33A distorted map of Texas, under the caption "What's Missing From Historical Games?"
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Video Games Are Teaching Players Real (And Alternate) History

A child plays with a toy gun during a promotion for online video games in Beijing, China.
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China Limits Children To 3 Hours Of Online Video Gaming Per Week

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Activision Blizzard Entertainment President Steps Down Amid Lawsuit

0:28Women's basketball star Candace Parker posing at the 2016 Team USA Media Summit.
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WNBA Star Candace Parker To Be First Woman On NBA 2K Cover

0:19Roblox gaming app

Roblox Gaming App Goes Public On Stock Market

5:07A broken video game character stands in a T-pose shape.
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The Big Problems Behind Big-Budget Video Game Flops

4:16A screenshot from "Animal Crossing"
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Political Outreach Enters The World Of 'Animal Crossing'

4:20A virtual airplane in flight
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AI Tech Changes How We See The World In 'Microsoft Flight Simulator'

1:01Apple App Store
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Google, Apple Remove Fortnite From Their App Stores

5:27A screenshot from Animal Crossing: New Horizons
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Facebook Launches Gaming App

1:01Attendees at the Electronic Entertainment Expo.
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