There is no formal eligibility criterion to fill the Video Game Addiction Test. However, it is advised that only those individuals who feel that they may be addicted to video gaming should take the test.
Do you find it difficult to stop gaming?
Do you continue to use the games, despite your intention to stop?
Do others (e.g., parents or friends) say you should spend less time on games?
Do you prefer to game instead of spending time with others (e.g., friends or parents)?
Do you not get enough sleep because of gaming?
Do you think about gaming, even when you’re not online?
Do you look forward to the next time you can game?
Do you think you should be gaming less often?
Have you unsuccessfully tried to spend less time on gaming?
Do you feel restless, frustrated, or irritated when you cannot game?
Do you rush through your homework to play games?
Do you neglect to do your homework because you prefer to game?
Do you game because you are feeling down?
Do you game to forget about problems?