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Submit Death after playing Diablo 3. Yes it is, the worst is it can kill you A teenager died at an Internet cafe in Taiwan after reportedly playing the video game "Diablo 3" for 40 hours straight. The year-old, who has only been identified by his first name, Chuang, had booked a private room at the Tainan cafe in southern Taiwan on the afternoon of July 13, according to the Australian, which cited the United Daily News broadsheet.
Chuang then proceeded to play the video game for 40 hours straight without eating. On July 15, an attendant went into the room where Chuang had been playing and found the teen resting on the table, according to the Australian.
The attendant was able to wake Chuang, who stood up, took a few steps and then collapsed onto the ground. He was pronounced dead soon after arriving at the hospital. According to the Mirror, authorities believe the teenager may have suffered a blood clot due to sitting for such a long period of time.
Blizzard, the developer of "Diablo 3," released the following statement, obtained by the Mirror and other news outlets, regarding the teen's death: We're saddened to hear this news, and our thoughts are with his family and friends during this difficult time.
We don't feel it would be appropriate for us to comment further without knowing all of the circumstances involved. While we recognize that it's ultimately up to each individual or their parent or guardian to determine playing habits, we feel that moderation is clearly important, and that a person's day-to-day life should take precedence over any form of entertainment.Archives and past articles from the Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia Daily News, and benjaminpohle.com State University reveals that college students who utilize Facebook spend less time on studying and have lower grades than students who do not use the popular social networking sites .
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