Prince Harry reckons "addictive" Fortnite should be banned

Prince Harry reckons

Prince Harry reckons "addictive" Fortnite should be banned

Whether excessive video game usage can be classified as an addiction has been the subject of heated debate over the past decade.

"It's created to addict", he said.

The property has a special meaning to the soon to be parents as it is where they held their private wedding party and had their handsome engagement photos taken.

As Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, and Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, prepare for the imminent arrival of their first child, they've been in the midst of a great deal of transition within the royal fold.

If the Sussex Royal account's first post is any indication of things to come, prospects of highly reported-upon instances of social media use are looking real good.

Harry paid a visit to YMCA as a part of his work with the campaign Heads Together to participate in a discussion about mental health, People reports.

"Social media is more addictive than drugs and alcohol, and it's more risky because it's normalized and there are no restrictions to it".

Prince Harry issued a statement suggesting the worldwide gaming phenomenon Fortnite may be damaging to children on Wednesday, prompting ire among the game's devoted fanbase online.

"Where is the benefit in having that game in your household?"

"Even if Meghan is the most popular woman in the world, she is of a lower rank than Kate". She is reportedly due in late April or early May - which means this mockup won't need to tide you over too long until the world meets the newest royal baby.

"We are in quite a mind-altering time, but quite an exciting time, because everyone in this room has the opportunity to make a real difference".

"Fortnite" was recently the target of a lawsuit for its loot boxes, which some have accused of being predatory and addictive in the past. "But like many games, Fortnite is a really fun and sociable way to spend free time and should be enjoyed responsibly". Just previous year, the World Health Organization (WHO) placed gaming addiction on its list of mental health disorders, prompting many to research into categorisation and treatment.

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