Can video games F**K your kids up w/ HipHopGamer
Will video games f**k your kids up?
That’s a question people have been arguing about since the early days of Atari 2600!
And I understand why! Too much time on video games can take a kid away from reading and doing school work that can enhance their mental abilities. We all want to be Dope Dads, so teaching instead of preaching goes a long way.
However; that doesn’t mean that video games are the worst thing possible when it comes to our kids.
HipHopGamer isn’t your regular video game player. He has turned his love of video games into a world-famous brand. He covers video games for Hot97, Vayner Media’s own one37pm and has built his own youtube channel and website into one of the hottest videogame channels the world has seen.
Video Games can turn into a real business
It all started with him making videos using an old PlayStation camera and a black sheet in his own home. He saw there was a gap that needed to be filled in the video game world and became the realest commentator on the planet.
Not to mention he has been able to play video games and interview some of the biggest names in the world. Imagine getting paid to play video games and then being able to put it on some of the worlds most notable stars.
HipHopGamer does that on a daily basis and tells us how he went from playing video games to becoming the number one brand personality in the world. He’s making bucks while living the life many gamers wish they could.
Learn how your kids can benefit from video games and more by listening below!
To learn more about HipHopGamer:
On Hot97: HipHopGamer
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