If you’re one of the 65% of Americans who play video games, take this gaming addiction quiz to determine the likelihood that you have a video game addiction.
Been told by friends and family that they’re concerned with the amount of time you spend playing video games?
Tried limiting game time by switching games?
Gotten angry and insulted other players for making mistakes?
Spent a large amount of money on in-game purchases?
Experienced any physical pain from playing video games?
Found most everything else in life to be boring compared to gaming?
Spent a lot of time thinking about gaming when you’re not playing, or planning the next time you can play video games?
Felt restless, irritable, moody, angry, anxious, bored or sad when you try to limit your gameplay or are unable to play?
Lost interest in other hobbies you once enjoyed?
Continued to play a game even though you knew about the negative consequences, like not getting enough sleep, being late to work or school or neglecting responsibilities?
Lied to friends or family about the amount of time you spend gaming?
Used gaming as an escape from personal, financial or legal troubles?
Time is Up!