National literacy trust (UK) conducted a study on the impact of video games on children and adolescents. The results of the survey were published on the official website of the organization on August 12.

The study by the organization found out that video games instill in children a love of reading, motivate them to practice creativity, increase empathy, and also play an important role “in supporting mental well-being”. In total, the survey involved 4626 young people aged 11 to 16 years.

Recall, the national literacy trust was founded in London in 1993. Its main objective is to conduct various charitable activities, aimed at improving literacy.