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PGC Digital: Gina Jackson describes practical steps to stop burnout
"We are obsessed about presentees, about sitting here and working all the hours, we are not obsessed with outcomes."
New study finds that 91% of gamers recognise the importance of mental health
Toxic behaviour in games continues to negatively impact mental health
62% of parents believe mobile games help mental health
"We're heartened to see the national conversation about self-care has expanded to include playing mobile games"
Hutch teams with Movember for special F1 Manager event
"Movember is a wonderful cause, and we are thrilled to have the opportunity to support them on their drive to help men around the world"
Brightlobe launches mobile title Kai's Sanctuary to help children fight mental health
"Early data showed that children's mental health was worsening, so we proposed a game-based solution to address this crisis"
Jagex and its players are donating $250,000 to mental health charities
The majority of gamers believe playing games is good for mental health
"Gaming has the power to provide a rich experience that embraces diversity and limitless self-expression"
Riot Games forms partnership with Crisis Text Line to battle mental health
"Suicide is a leading cause of death for people under 35 around the world"
NHS mental health director urges game developers to ban loot boxes
“Frankly no company should be setting kids up for addiction"
Royal Society for Public Health urges new UK Government to legislate loot boxes as gambling
"As with any public health issue, this is one that requires a combination of measures focusing on both education and regulation"
"Play games that make you feel good," says CheckPoint community manager
Pritika Sachdev shared advice for what employers in the industry could be doing to combat the issue
New Toronto event to deal with mental health in the games industry
It will take place over World Mental Health Day on October 9th and 10th
Gaming Disorder included in WHO’s latest draft of International Compendium of Diseases
Members of WHO aren’t expected to report using the ICD-11 until 2022