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Can you get addicted to video games?

Hundreds of parents in Quebec have launched a class action lawsuit alleging the video game Fortnite is too addictive. Also, Ask Me Anything with Sharon and Bram.

Plus, Ask Me Anything with Sharon and Bram

Should video games be better regulated, or is so-called gaming disorder moral panic? (Getty Images)
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Hundreds of parents in Quebec have launched a class action lawsuit alleging the video game Fortnite is too addictive. 

Last year, the World Health Organization classified "gaming disorder" as a diagnosable condition.

Our question this week: Can you get addicted to video games?

Plus, Sharon and Bram take your calls.

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