Well, some games, uh, really struggle to, you know, trigger this compulsion things in our heads, uh, but, you know, casino has been doing that for a long time. Um, and they have these fake interactivity to them and all. Um, and -- and what I think is going to happen eventually is we're going to, I mean, everybody is going to develop antibodies for that kind of thing. So, it's -- like it happened with other -- other vices also went through that. Like cigarettes were a boom and everybody smoked. And then it went away and now -- now it's kind of dying, you know, people are no longer -- it's kind of frowned upon to smoke, uh, almost universally. So, I think those kind of things, eventually we develop anti -- antibodies for, for those kind of things. Um, so I'm not afraid that games are going to, you know, become tools of human exploitation or anything like that. I mean, we -- I mean, the industry has figured out how to use some tricks that work, uh, and they do work. As a player I know they work. Uh, but, you know, eventually they're not going to work anymore.