Today’s kids are very intelligent and tech-savvy. They play with high-end gadgets while people of old generation find it tough to do the same. Recently, Delhi Time held a 3-day god of gaming competition which created a massive buzz among students of all elite schools in the city and Gurgaon. The youngest participant was only 5 year old at the video-game contest which took place at Ambience mall Gurgaon from to May, 2010.Video gaming is still in the nascent stage in India and only rich kids have access to high-profile gaming consoles and games like call of duty: 2. Cities do not have many gaming cafes. Children play games at homes. So, the events like god of gaming surely provide a good platform for the kids to showcase their gaming talents. Only few people know that video gaming is also a career option. India needs professional games. But parents and even schools do not support this idea. Such events give away attractive prizes like computers and graphic cards.