New Study Says People Are Gaming During Their "Work-From-Home" Hours!

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Have you noticed a need to multi-task during a work video call and ended up downloading a mobile game or getting a Nintendo Switch? Turns out a TON of people have felt the same way!

A new survey has revealed that almost 80% of full-time workers play some type of game during their “work-from-home hours” since the beginning of stay-at-home orders.Apparently this has led to a loss of 50 minutes per week of productivity because people were distracted by their island on Animal Crossing or assuring their Sim gets to their virtual job on time.

Mobile gaming has been the most popular form of gaming because you know you have your phone on you at all times and games like Candy Crush and Angry Birds have seen a resurgence in playtime.

So the next time someone suggests having a “virtual happy hour” where you share your favorite coffee mugs from home you can easily suggest squaddng up in Fortnite or Call of Duty and have reasons why!

(The Gamer)

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