What makes a good player? It’s simple. Being a good player means being a good person: you follow the rules, and you treat your fellow players with respect.
Good players are the most common player on Xbox Live: people who play online with some regularity and receive very little negative feedback from other players. These players understand that their good behavior benefits the entire Xbox community.
A good player:
Being a good player doesn’t just mean playing fairly—it also means being good to yourself. It’s easy to get into a groove and find yourself in the same position hours after you started gaming. Taking breaks gives you a few minutes to relax, but it can also help prevent repetitive motion injuries such as carpal tunnel syndrome and tendonitis.
The following tips can help you stay safe and healthy while enjoying gaming.
Using your body in comfortable, not awkward, postures is important, whether you're working or playing. Not only can this affect your overall performance, but it can also influence how comfortable you are while playing video games and may help you avoid repetition motion injuries. Changing your posture during extended gaming sessions may also help you avoid discomfort and fatigue.
Consider the following suggestions to reduce the effects of low forces on your body:
Stopping your activity and relaxing is one way to take a break, but there are also other ways:
Your safety and wellbeing matters. When we’re made aware of an Xbox Live member who's going through a difficult time, we may send a message referring them to Crisis Text Line, a provider of free, 24/7 support for people in crisis. If you've received a message, it’s because we wanted to provide you with the option to talk to a trained and confidential crisis counselor.
Contacting Crisis Text Line is entirely up to you, but we feel strongly in empowering every player with the tools to maintain their wellbeing.
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