The $200b global industry is a "literally unlimited economic opportunity", says Green MP Gareth Hughes.
She's been left "traumatised and violated on so many levels" by the sexual assault.
"For a lot of young people their brain's reward pathways are just hijacked."
Gaming addiction has been recognised as a mental health disorder by WHO.
The organisation hopes the recognition will help "prevent suffering and save lives."
The biggest annual event in gaming has come to an end for another year.
In this game, they don't want the violence to be fun - it's supposed to be repulsive.
The dynamic seasons and British setting help give it an edge, say developers.
One of the weirdest E3 events ever was also one of the most fun.
From a new samurai game to the return of Master Chief, here's the best of Xbox's announcements.
Active Shooter has been dumped following an outcry and petition.
Grieving parents say Active Shooter will "profit from the glamorisation of tragedies".
If you want an easy game where they all live happily ever after, this ain't it.
Battlefield V's inclusion of women has some people spitting tacks.
Research has rated New Zealand's chances of survival against the undead, and they're not good.
It's a billion dollar industry and a stadium sport in Australia. Now it has NZ in its sights.
But its popularity has prompted a warning about the dangers of addiction.