3-Year-Old Call of Duty Champion Has Split Opinion: Is He Too Young To Play?

3 year old Kash plays Call of Duty mobile

He’s better than most players (Image:

millions of TikTok users couldn’t believe their eyes as they witnessed a 3-year-old boy being killed in Call Of Duty: Mobile.

New generations of gamers seem to be having their first exposure to video games much earlier in life than was the case just a few years ago.

Not long ago, a seven-year-old boy managed to become the youngest person to detonate a nuclear bomb in Warzone 2, arguably one of the game’s most challenging tasks.

Now, a young boy is proving to be better than most adults at playing Call Of Duty: Mobile, leaving more than 8.5 million TikTok users gaping.

The video of three-year-old Kash destroying his opponents in Call Of Duty: Mobile was posted by his mother, who also seems to enjoy the game from time to time.

It quickly went viral on the platform, garnering both positive and negative attention from fellow Call Of Duty players.

Most people were very impressed with Kash’s skills and even joked that if they were ever eliminated by a three-year-old, they would stop playing.

Many others also joked that the so-called “iPad kids” are a “different breed” since the majority of toddlers have been tech-savvy since their earliest years.

Another mom shared that her four-year-old son also plays Call Of Duty: Mobile and he’s proven to be such a good teammate that the rest of his team decided to wait for him to return from lunchtime.

However, there were several viewers who insisted that young children should not be exposed to such games as they contain violence and graphic images.

While many mobile games are kid-friendly, Call Of Duty: Mobile is not, which is rated 17+ on Google Play and Apple’s App Store.

Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2 are also rated 18+, meaning they are not suitable for anyone under that age.

Even seemingly harmless games like Minecraft and Roblox, which are very popular with children, are recommended for players aged seven and over.

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