Parents now paying for their kids to get Fortnite coaching

Parents Are Now Hiring

It has come to this, parents hiring video game tutors for their kids

As the scourge of Fortnite filth continues to sweep the country, it has emerged that some parents in America are paying for their children to be tutored to avoid being embarrassed by their friends.

The website Gamer Sensi has hundreds of coaches, many of whom specialise in Fortnite, and charge between $10 and $25 an hour, to offer their services over the internet and help improve gameplay. As per the latest report, parents are ready to spend anywhere between $10 (roughly Rs. 700) to $20 (roughly Rs. 1,400) per hour so that their children can level up and become better Fortnite players.

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Forget baseball or hoops, parents are now spending money to get their children coaching help for video games. Some of those parents are hoping that their kids will turn their hobbies into lucrative e-sports careers, a college scholarship - or, at least, a slice of "Fortnite" developer Epic Games' $100 million competitive prize pool. "The other dads I play with congratulated me".

"It's really surreal to me", 18-year-old coach Logan Werner told the newspaper.

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This new trend comes as a surprise to even the coaches, according to the report, because until recently, the only people investing in video game coaching were adult enthusiasts, or young people aspiring to go pro. "You can imagine what that was like for him at school". The Wall Street Journal spoke to parents that are anxious that their children are being exorcised from social life because of they can barely last a minute of gameplay without getting shot from behind.

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