Parents' Guide to

Legends of Gaming

By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 10+

Lots of industry visibility, but Web show is fun for gamers.

TV Online Reality TV 2015
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A Lot or a Little?

What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.

Community Reviews

age 11+

Based on 1 parent review

age 11+

Minor Issues

Alright,the blood;It might be okay for 11+ and unlikely 10+.But if your child or "You" can with stand Blood and some minor language your good but be careful for specific religions/Religious people might be offended by the language "Oh my GOD!" for example might offend some people.And some Major Bloody and "Actionus" Scenes. Fightning and weapons might be scary for younger viewers.Some funny Quotes or sayings (Mostly said by Toby :3.) But other than that i highly recommend this! P.S Theirs some swear words too.

This title has:

Great role models
Too much violence

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (1):
Kids say (1):

Gaming fans understandably will want to watch their favorite players in this series, and its entertainment value doesn't disappoint. Not only is it fun to see the experts doing what they do best, but it's also often comical to hear their verbal exchanges during the process. Even though there's some playground-style taunting that goes on during the competitions and visible disappointment on one team's part at the end, it's obvious to everyone involved that it's just a game.

That said, Legends of Gaming doubles as a series of lengthy commercials for the games it features and for the participants' respective YouTube channels. And then there's the thorny issue of gaming itself, which raises a host of concerns about screen time and Internet safety for kids. Ultimately this series is a real know-your-kid predicament; if gaming is on your kid's radar and the level of violence in some of these games is old hat, then there won't be any surprises in this entertaining series. If not, it's bound to introduce your kids to new games and the bevy of related content that's available on the Web.

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