The survey was conducted by VK Play, so its results should be treated with skepticism.
The VK Play platform, which seeks to become a domestic replacement for Steam and other unreliable foreign video game digital distribution services, conducted a survey to find out how the attitude of parents to video games and their children’s passion for them has changed over the years in Russia.
It turns out that everything is not as bad as it was conditionally 15-20 years ago. According to the survey, which involved 1,200 respondents aged 18 and over in all regions of Russia, almost half of parents spend time playing video games with their children, while 20% of respondents do it on a regular basis – that is, not in the format of encouraging the child for anything, but just like that.
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According to survey participants, in half of the cases it is children who invite their parents to play a video game with them. From all this, the conclusion is that the new generation of parents, who themselves were children at the beginning of the 2000s, are more democratic in their attitude to this pastime than, respectively, their parents. The phenomenon is quite natural, however, given the fact that the survey was conducted by VK Play, a platform that, by definition, is biased, it is not yet worth jumping to conclusions and taking the “growing up” of the domestic parent contingent as a general phenomenon.