You can use arrow keys to navigate in the map.
Some people have hand-eye coordination that allows them to excel at video games, and many video games have a large fan base because of this (i.e. DOTA, TF2, CSGO, etc.). Competitive online games have been the backbone of a lot of video games, and allow people to play competitively with friends.
If a certain video game causes harm to someone else, then that video game should take action to protect their players/other individuals if it's a legitimate cause of harm. Not all competitive video games are detrimental, but I can see how it could cause problems to people.
Why? They do not cause any harm to anyone...
People derive enjoyment from them and there is no evidence that they cause any harm to people
There is no reason for this. Video games do not cause harm or impose on anyone's rights.