A study showed how gamers would look in 20 years what they did not take into account is that there are people who have played longer and do not look this way.
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Feeding stereotypes? A study by OnlineCasino.ca . He showed what gamers would look like in 20 years through a model named Michael. However, it is important to note that people have been playing for much longer and do not look this way.
“At OnlineCasino.ca we conducted a study and predicted how avid gamers could see themselves in the next 20 years if they didn't change their lifestyle habits. From lack of sleep and dehydration, to lack of vitamin D, digital eyestrain and ' PlayStation thumb', these are just a few of the physical implications of spending hours online, in a gaming chair, out of the light solar and physical activity ”says on the company page .
The study points out a number of deformities and diseases that a person who gambles constantly would develop such as pale skin, PlayStation thumb , blisters on the tips of the fingers, swollen ankles, varicose veins, hair loss, obesity, among others.
However, this company forgot those players who are already over 20 years old as “avid” players who do not look this way, so their study is quite questionable.
Do you think gamers will look like this in 20 years?