Young people today spend a lot of time on social networks and games and consider it an environment to vent, think, share all activities of the day or just entertain. But the society has witnessed many heartbreaking incidents, the main reason being that the players could not control themselves, excessive momentum into the virtual world. Whether you are a game addict, a professional gamer, or just a fan of a certain game for a while, you will have to receive bad comments from your family, school or public opinion. society.
For students who play the game too much, improper manipulation and education can cause consequences.
Recently, a series of inadequacies in the management of online games has been introduced by VTV such as: gamers of an age not suitable for the product, violent content not strictly censored from the publisher. The game then proved a series of titles VTV listed on the news such as Lien Quan Mobile, PUBG Mobile, Identity V or even Alliance. Legend and CS: GO. Of course, the believers who love the aforementioned games must once again receive unfriendly looks.
VTV has just issued a newsletter warning about game addiction as well as issues related to violence, horror or uncensored content.
But despite all doubts, the Union Mobile community in particular has witnessed a lot of KOLs such as players, streamer, Youtuber, Caster increasingly assert themselves to society. Even for a normal player, the balance between playing and learning, playing and doing is not too difficult. Recently, a series of Mobile League players constantly show off their personal academic achievements despite having a great passion for this MOBA game.
A gamer shows off his high-school senior performance despite this friend constantly playing Lien Quan Mobile (over 5 thousand matches and 7 seasons of Cao Thu rank).
The wave of gamers showing off their certificates of merit, instant learning achievements appear that many people with aversion to online games will have to think.
Gamers must also admire the good balance of life of gamers who own “certificates of merit”.
A psychologist once shared: “Online game addiction makes students immerse in the virtual world, away from society. They always feel the outside life is not interesting, gradually become lonely, want to alienate people.” However, bending a gamer too far into the virtual world is a journey that needs to be synchronized and skillful between school, family, game managers and NPH.
I hope that the beautiful images of gamers in general and Lien Quan Mobile followers in particular will appear more to the public, the society will have a more sympathetic look with eSports games.