Your kids can learn to play at school – and you should be happy about it


If I had told my parents I wanted to study competitive gaming in college, I can only imagine the explosive reaction I would have experienced. Fortunately, public opinion about gaming has changed considerably since I left school in 2010, and an interesting twist of fate resulted in my younger brother actually experiencing this hypothetical scenario late last year when they announced they were going to study. esports. To my surprise, I was the only family member who was opposed to the idea.

For those not on the circuit, esports is an abbreviation for ‘e-sports’ that refers to competitive video games. I was harboring the same reservations I assumed my parents would have – that the chances of a career as a ‘pro gamer’ were slim, and that pursuing that dream came with a lot of risk. I tentatively suggested safer (albeit more boring) course options that I believed would offer more useful career skills, but I was quickly rejected by not only the rest of my siblings, but my parents as well.

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Burak Bilginer bir bilgisayar dahisidir. Seyahat etmeyi sever ve birçok farklı ülkeye gitti. Burak, seyahat etmediği veya programlama yapmadığı zamanlarda Oyun ve Teknoloji Ürünlerinin yeni parçalarını incelemeyi sever. Oyunla ilgili herhangi bir sorunuz varsa, Burak cevaplamaktan mutluluk duyacaktır!


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