Today we got into another argument with Buzz about the popularity of online gaming and how people make bank doing it. Here's one of those people. In the words of Will Smith, parents just don't understand. Especially parents like Buzz. For the second day in a row, we got into a heated debate with Buzz about the popularity of online gaming and how more and more people are becoming involved in the esports community. Being old and a little bit of a fuddy duddy, Buzz really doesn't understand any of it. The popularity of video games, why people would want to spend hours playing them, or why people would want to watch others play them for so long. But the reality is, younger generations do. That's the reason the Disney Toy Collector is so popular. Kids will sit for hours to watch someone else unwrap and play with a toy, why would they want to go out and buy their own toy and do it? This mentality is exactly why Toys R Us is closing down. That, and we all want to find out where the toys are the cheapest and usually that is at some random website in China.

Twitch Pro Gamer and overall internet celebrity Tyler "Ninja" Blevins went on CNBC's Squawk Alley to discuss the record-smashing success of his streamed game with Drake, the Twitch gaming platform, how much money he really does make in a month, how he makes this money and how he convinced his parents this was a lucrative career choice. Tyler has 3.7 million Twitch followers, 5 million Youtube subscribers, million Instagram followers, million Twitter followers and is a former professional Halo player who has been around the pro gaming world since 2011. If you want to try your luck in the professional gaming world, you can sign up for Twitch too! All channels are free to watch on Twitch but a $4.99 a month subscriptions does give members specials perks to the site. If you are an Amazon Prime member, you're membership is free.