Kevin, 31, got hooked on to video games when he was 4 years. When he was 15 he was playing video games professionally and at 26, he quit the professional video gaming world, proceeding to pursue a degree in Computer Science. Kevin’s personal experience about professional gaming, how it helps grow the brain, how it helps you understand and appreciated diversity, how it makes you mentally strong provide us with valuable insights. Kevin’s gaming story paves the way for parents to understand that video games need not be shunned. They can be as or even more worthwhile than chess, piano or karate, for that matter. What matters is helping one channelize the energies towards strengths. And what more, you could get some really cool followers on Twitter, helping you later to give a wing to your dreams.