Xbox, AVG and Amazon join Digital Kids Show to help families with internet safety

Many parents are concerned about their children’s internet safety. There’s a good chance that someone in your family plays online games such as Fortnite on an Xbox or other console or device. With recent News headlines about gaming addiction and other potential dangers, children’s internet safety is certainly a hot topic. Prince Harry even wants a global ban on Fortnite!

Is gaming addiction an issue for your children?

If you’re worried about the amount of time your children spend on devices and you just don’t know how to manage their time on their Xbox without World War III kicking off then you need to bring your family to Digital Kids Show during May Half Term at Battersea Evolution, Battersea Park.

Digital Kids Show are proud to announce that Microsoft have confirmed they’re bringing their team of experts to help families manage their time on consoles like the Xbox.

With popular games like Fortnite hitting the headlines for gaming addiction and internet safety, concerned parents can chat to Xbox gurus to understand how their family can enjoy the latest family games in a safe and healthy way.

Focussed on empowering parents to manage the digital world whilst reaping the benefits of what it has to offer, the Digital Kids Show Summer edition boasts a host of global tech giants which also includes Amazon and AVG (Avast).

Amazon will be showcasing their Kindle Fire Kids Edition as the market leading safe tablet for kids with all the latest apps and games to be played.

Anti-Virus and Internet safety giant AVG (Avast) will be joined by experts from The Diana Award and Anti-Bullying Pro to help families stay safe online.

The Digital Kids Show is a full-on day of entertainment for all ages with non-screen attractions too, encouraging children to have a healthy balance. Whilst parents get some one on one advice from internet safety experts, kids will be preoccupied with gaming competitions, VR, STEM activities, fair rides, inflatables, slime making, meeting YouTubers and watching live shows.

 

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