It’s with great pride, excitement, and careful consideration to announce Ukatsu’s next official competitive eSport, Minesweeper.
Instagram is one of the most popular social media platforms in the world, and it speaks to younger and older demographics alike. While it does have less functionality than Facebook, it presents users with more media-based content, including photos, videos, and Boomerangs. But what other things is your child doing on this platform?
Your child, like many others, is probably hooked on the latest video game out right now. And while a lot of kids have dreams of becoming a player on a professional team, the reality is that this is a very challenging aspiration to achieve. However, there are actually a multitude of other jobs out there related to video games, including video game development, esports production, games journalism, and more! In this blog, we’ll be focusing on just a few of the many careers your child can excel in specifically in the video game development industry.
YouTube has easily replaced television as the most watched form of video for kids. In this blog, we’re going to break down the kinds of videos your child is watching - much like there are different genres of television (game show, drama, sitcom, etc). Who knows? Maybe you’ll find yourself starting your own family YouTube channel with your own gamer!
As video games become more prevalent in our daily lives, many parents have questions about how they can affect their children’s lives. Are video games a waste of time? What kind of environment do video games provide my child? Do they lead to more violent and antisocial behavior? In order to answer these questions, we’ll be busting 5 myths about video games.