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jaminson

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Fascinating subject. I have read that computer games can be useful for kids and develop their thinking skills. Is it true? I read a lot of articles about it and I still don't find a good answer to it. I love to bet, but only in the domain where I am an expert for example tennis, I play it from an earlier age and I know which is the best in this game, or who will continue in a game and many others. I bet only on W88. The bets helped me to increase my skills of analysis and now I notice all the details when I make some analysis at my work.
 

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Koenz

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I have read that computer games can be useful for kids and develop their thinking skills. Is it true ?
Hi @jaminson that is correct indeed! Of course, it depends on the games kids are playing.

When you talk about 'thinking skills', I immediately think about child-friendly mobile games like Candy Crush Saga, 'Unblock the ball', 'Flow Free', 'Unblock Me' and Water Pipes for example. These games also help with strategy skills and problem solving skills for example.

Games can have strong benefits for the development of children as long as they have a healthy balance with other important aspects which I shortly highlighted in this post:
Regarding the 'healthy gaming' thing:
Gotta love acronyms :) Here's a model I call the 'Spel Schijf van Vijf' in the Netherlands. It's been in the news multiple times. In English I simply call it 5S-system. It consists of:
1. Sleep
2. Study
3. Sports
4. Social life
5. Screens
 

AlfaStream

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Hello everyone,
was a youtuber with moderate successes, and failures long ago. I was active on youtube during what seemed to be the golden years of 2007-2010

Having had videos reach over 100k views before (no longer up, a legal controversy ensued)

my question is. How to I break into the esports industry as a youtuber. Or restart as a youtuber, it used to be easy to set seo keywords, but anymore every service I come across wants to charge an arm and a leg for keyword metrics unlike the old days, however google nerfed the old keyword tool some time ago.

Any guidance is appreciated,
 

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