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American Eagles &
The Gaming Generation
How Stress Affects Education
Day to day, every person on the planet struggles with decision making, judgement, inclusion, and stress. Since the dawn of our existence, we have sought a way to combat this struggle we call Mental Health. Like humans, The Bald Eagle is endangered and struggles to survive as humans invade its ecosystem. The Chicks that survive their hatching life cycle stage face challenges at every turn.
Our charity believes the Bald Eagle is the most important figure when it comes to United States History, and as such seeks to represent the powerful resilient spirt that inhabits this amazing creature.
Why is this important?
Now more than even America's Youth are struggling within their learning environments.
From mass shootings, to pandemics, and economic collapses, students are now more likely to face various traumas that could include abuses of any kind, medical conditions, and numerous mental health ailments. This among other factors like homelessness, domestic assaults, addiction, neighborhood crime, starvation, poverty, and/or having incarcerated parents are adding on to their encumbered lives.
We believe that an educational game developed by the community, one taught in schools nationwide, & paired with an inclusive eSport League, could encourage a new form of journaling. By channeling the very thing these teens enjoy... movies & video games.
How We View Mental Health
Why Humanity's Best Stress Compass is the Video Game & Movie Industry
Many gamers play for one primary reason. To escape the darkness of life that surrounds them.
The video game industry now overlaps with all careers, acting as an educational portal with infinite potential. Even eSports is used by Colleges to help students Go On to get a degree.
However, the gaming community struggles to prevent bullying & oppression.
While other charities focus on ways to avoid or prevent judgement in various ways, we at iGameUSA believe it is time to do something different.
The Future of Educational Games
Begins with the Developers & the Community That Will Collaborate To Create Them
"Reality is Broken, Game Designers Can Fix It." - Jane McGonigal
“Games are transforming the brains of people who play them in largely positive ways.” — Jane McGonigal
“Sometimes life is like a video game. When things get harder, and the obstacles get tougher, it just means you leveled up.” ― Lilah Pace
“Life is a lot like a video game. You control what happens.” — Michael L. Ceorgoveanu