Today may be National Gaming @ Your Libary Day, but one local library in Utah has placed restrictions on game access.
Utah’s KSL-5 reports that officials of the Eagle Mountain Library found that teens were monopolizing its PCs in order to play online games. Spokesperson Linda Peterson commented:
There were students and adults who needed to use computers for research that were having to wait too long and, you know, getting frustrated by that.
The Eagle Mountain Library’s game ban extends only from 2-5 p.m. on weekdays.
GP: Someone in Utah apparently didn’t get the memo about the gaming at the library concept. KSL-5 notes that several other libraries in the same county have even harsher restrictions on games.