Boy Scouts of America seems to have come to terms with just how important video games are to some of today's young men.
The Boy Scouts have added a "Video Games" belt loop and pin to the organization's list of awards. The Scouts' more than 100 merit badges, another type of award, recognize mastery over carpentry, camping, canoeing, cooking, and even sculpture.
Only Tiger Cubs, Cub Scouts, and Webelos Scouts are eligible for the "Video Games" badge, which they can earn if they "teach an adult or a friend how to play a video game" and play a video game for an hour, among other tasks.
Wednesday, April 28, 2010
Boy Scouts introduce Video Game merit badge.
Talk about Achievements... From HuffingtonPost: