Keeping your child safe online can be a rewarding experience, so we’ve partnered with ESET
to bring you this guide to help navigate the issues whilst sharing some helpful hints.
Our connected and online world has changed the way we communicate and share experiences. At home, with co-workers, with friends, and with family. This is especially true for that interactive form of entertainment we call video games.
Gaming for all ages is seen by many as open, social, and creative. And going online is baked into the very design of platforms; from high-end gaming rigs, to entry-level mobile, and everything in between. Firing up a multiplayer game of Fortnite
in 2021 is as easy as clicking a ‘Play Now’ button. And it’s for everyone.
When looking at some of the most played games by kids, titles like Roblox
, Fortnite, and Animal Crossing: New Horizons
, these are all games that foster critical thinking and experimentation, while simultaneously acting as social forums in fun, vibrant, and friendly digital worlds. That said, reality paints a far more nuanced and grounded picture than the brightly coloured action might suggest.
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