Rick Rock
July 5, 2021

A new study by a video game maker finds playing them helps people reach the “next level” in their careers. Nearly half of Americans credit many of their successes in life to playing video games. A new survey polled 2,000 Americans about the biggest lessons they’ve learned from video games and discovered 47percent say gaming prepared them for success. Another six in 10 believe they gained a keener creative eye or better problem-solving skills. A similar amount say video games improved their hand-eye coordination,while others learned time management skills.

Source: World of Warships, a video game World magazine, 6/28/21

 Not quite impartial I would say ~RR

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