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Some platforms don't do much to keep out underage users, and clinicians and researchers said they're concerned about kids developing gambling habits.

One company catches children by asking users to take selfies with their identification, while another company instructs kids on the best way to take their winnings off that platform.

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Brandon, a Canadian high-school student, found an easy way to make money doing what he loved: beating people at video games.

The teen, who requested anonymity, heard from older friends about a relatively new platform two years ago called Players' Lounge.

It lets gamers parlay their passion into profit by wagering on "Fortnite" and other games that they play against strangers.

Brandon played weekly he would have played more, but for his sports commitments and earned about.

But when Brandon, then 16, wanted to cash out, his account was frozen.

The online platform he competed on, Players' Lounge, never verified his age when he signed up and uploaded money to wager on games.

It wasn't until he tried to claim his winnings that he was asked to prove he was over.

"I did think I was at least going to get my investment back, maybe not the profits Brandon said.

Players' Lounge is one of several video-game-based wagering platforms where players can mix the thumb-twitching adrenaline of their favorite titles including "Madden NFL "Fortnite and "Call of Duty" with the thrill of winning money.

Users of the platforms can bet as little as 1 on a game, or in some cases as much as 500, for a pot that goes to the victor.

Some venture capitalists have spotted big growth opportunities in these nascent businesses, many of which say they have experienced a surge of usage during the pandemic.

As with so much on the internet, there are varying efforts to ensure users are who they say they are, raising concerns that the sites offer an attractive and comfortable setting for kids to engage in gambling-like behavior at an early age.

Business Insider looked at four of the top platforms that have emerged in recent years Players' Lounge, Play One Up, UMG, and CMG and found that there is no consistent age verification process.

Some had little more than a checkbox for users to attest that they were.

UMG, a site that offers both esports tournaments and one-off wagering on gameplay, even provides explicit instructions for how underage users can collect their cash winnings.

Players' Lounge, which had the most rigorous verification of the bunch, appears to run only sporadic identity checks when new users join the platform an inherently porous process that two former employees of the company ascribed to management's desire to limit obstacles to user engagement.

The company checks identities at various stages determined by a computer system, said CEO Austin Woolridge.

The lax age verification among video game wagering sites echoes the broader debate over internet platforms like social media as they face pressure to play a more muscular role policing how their sites are used.

For video games, a multi-billion dollar market with dedicated users spanning all age groups, the boundaries between entertainment and betting are not always obvious.
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