In the 50s it was the gyrating Elvis Presley that gave parents conniptions, in the 60s and 70s it was drugs. These days it's the addictive lure of online games sucking young digital natives into hours of screen time. But, as the Millennials and Generation Z argue, there are careers and money to be made if you're good enough.

There's something endearing about gamer Lorien Gugich, which could be why 93,000 followers watch her life online.

From a non-gamer's point of view, it doesn't look like she does a lot. She sits in her high-backed gaming chair, playing online games

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