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  • 1 IVO Addiction Research Institute, Heemraadssingel 194, 3021 DM, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
  • | 2 Erasmus MC, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
  • | 3 Birmingham City University, Birmingham, UK
  • | 4 International Gaming Research Unit, Psychology Division, Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, UK
  • | 5 Bamford Centre for Mental Health and Wellbeing, University of Ulster, Londonderry, UK
  • | 6 MRC All-Ireland Hub for Trials Methodology Research, University of Ulster, Londonderry, UK
  • | 7 Department of Health Promotion, Maastricht University, Maastricht, The Netherlands
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Abstract

Aims

The current study explored the nature of problematic (addictive) video gaming (PVG) and the association with game type, psychosocial health, and substance use.

Methods

Data were collected using a paper and pencil survey in the classroom setting. Three samples were aggregated to achieve a total sample of 8478 unique adolescents. Scales included measures of game use, game type, the Video game Addiction Test (VAT), depressive mood, negative self-esteem, loneliness, social anxiety, education performance, and use of cannabis, alcohol and nicotine (smoking).

Results

Findings confirmed problematic gaming is most common amongst adolescent gamers who play multiplayer online games. Boys (60%) were more likely to play online games than girls (14%) and problematic gamers were more likely to be boys (5%) than girls (1%). High problematic gamers showed higher scores on depressive mood, loneliness, social anxiety, negative self-esteem, and self-reported lower school performance. Nicotine, alcohol, and cannabis using boys were almost twice more likely to report high PVG than non-users.

Conclusions

It appears that online gaming in general is not necessarily associated with problems. However, problematic gamers do seem to play online games more often, and a small subgroup of gamers — specifically boys — showed lower psychosocial functioning and lower grades. Moreover, associations with alcohol, nicotine, and cannabis use are found. It would appear that problematic gaming is an undesirable problem for a small subgroup of gamers. The findings encourage further exploration of the role of psychoactive substance use in problematic gaming.

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