Gaming has become the largest form of entertainment in the world. By design, they’re meant to reinforce behavior and keep you coming back for more. Your brain gets hooked on leveling up, but the good news is, all that game time can be good for you! Games reduce the stress of decision-making and, in turn, can be leveraged to make smarter financial decisions. Neuroscientist Paul Zak explains how dopamine and oxytocin combine to cause neurologic immersion, which helps humans develop new habits that could turn their lives around. Plus, hear from CEO Lindsay Holden, co-founder of a game that uses prize-linked savings accounts to change players’ behavior in app and in the real world.