A Bloomberg report said that parents send their children into fortified dependency therapy, but Ninja has a different perspective.
Many parents became so anxious that their children would record several hours in Battle Royale that they started sending them to rehab.
One parent, Debbie Vitany, claimed that her 17-year-old son would spend up to 12 hours a day playing Fortnite, negatively affecting his grades, sleep schedule, and general health.
Parents are turning to rehabilitation options because they simply can not have their children arrested.
The fortified dependency has become so serious that some parents send their children to rehab pic.twitter.com/znyi5Peuqd
– Bloomberg's TicToc (@tictoc) November 28, 2018
Ninja, for his part, tweeted his own opinion on the report, saying that the title should read instead: "Terrible parents do not know how to remove the game system of their children."
The title should be "Terrible parents do not know how to take their children's play system"
– Ninja (@Ninja) November 28, 2018
Ninja raises an interesting question about true blame.
In the article, he seems to draw a lot of attention on Epic Games saying that "the game is like heroin," said Lorrine Marer, a child behavior specialist. "Once you're hooked, it's hard to get off the hook."
On the other hand, there are precautions that you can take on various devices to allow only a certain number of access and Fortnite requires Internet to play, which can be blocked.
The article does not mention everything video games can render, especially Fortnite.
Fortnite has organized several tournaments in which professional and casual players compete for huge cash prizes, such as the summer skirmish and the fall skirmish.
Many content creators can only rely on Fortnite to explain their success, and Epic gives back even more with things like Creator Codes, which gives them an edge over their purchases.
Fortnite has become a juggernaut in the world of video games with a total number of players exceeding 200 million.