January 22, 2021

62% of parents believe mobile games help mental health

Jam City, News, Press

By Kayleigh Partleton

“We’re heartened to see the national conversation about self-care has expanded to include playing mobile games”

A new survey conducted by Jam City found that 62 per cent of parents believe mobile games had a positive impact on their mental health.

Last year, the world was turned upside down as the coronavirus swept the globe. Due to the pandemic, many people worldwide were forced into mandatory lockdowns.

As such, there was a boom in downloads for mobile games as consumers sought entertainment.

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