The desire of a Chinese father is that his 23-year-old eldest son gets bored with video games and finds a job.
A man from China hired a virtual killer to end his son’s addiction to video games, according to the Kotaku website.
That 23-year-old had good grades when he went to school, so his parents allowed him to practice his gaming skills. However, when he could not find a formal job they began to worry.
Mr. Feng’s idea was that his son would be defeated by digital assassins in each game, so that he would get bored of playing and try harder to get a job.
So far, it is unknown if his firstborn changed his habits, although the only certain thing is that the addiction to video games has increased considerably in China.