In Yokohama, a 25-year-old man was late to rent his rent for 160,000 yen ($ 1,490). Deputies were unable to contact the resident and asked police to intervene. When the police arrived, he lied to them because they were not making any money from selling the game.
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The source of the man's money had been selling things he found during play, such as raising-characters or game items. But when most people started living at home, everyone had more time to play games and no longer wanted to buy their clothes. Said the man, "As people stayed home, their number of playing games increased and since March, I have seen a decline in work." Earlier, he reportedly made 100,000 yen ($ 931 million) to 150,000 yen ($ 1,397) a month selling his game equipment.
"I had no money, and I could not pay my rent," he was quoted as saying. "Because the world was still in chaos with the coronavirus, I use that."