Yeah well I'm sorry to say I don't agree with your point of view. Statistically kids who put in more than 8 hours a week and gaming are way way less like almost 40 less successful in education college and overall life in comparison two kids who were active in the community with sports and play. The mistake a lot of parents make is that you and indoctrinate into video games and then you end up taking care of them till the 30 years old if not older. That's like a laugh now cry later situation not good and overall no it's not cheaper. The average video gamer spends between 500 and $1,500 a year on video games services and upgrades. And in the end has absolutely zero to show for it educationally fundamentally and all around socially.
Yes it is. (Yes. They were brothers too.)