...Okay, maybe not that. I hear the rewards for things like that aren't what you'd call glamorous or, well, rewards. Trust me, you're better off not pursuing such things. Instead, why not go for these:
Scouts can earn a belt loop award for succeeding in the following three tasks--explain the importance of a video game rating system while checking the ratings of your games; creating a scheduling that balances chores, schoolwork, and gaming; and learning to play an adult-approved game.Small, I know, but hey, something's better than nothing, right? Besides, what else would you give a bunch of kids (aside from candy, that is)? A million bucks? (Yeah, like that would ever happen.)
An academic pin in gaming can be earned by completing five of the following nine tasks--creating a plan to purchase an age appropriate game; comparing gaming systems and determining reasons for purchase; playing a tournament with family members; teaching an adult or friend to play a game; list five tips to help someone to learn how to play your favorite game; play an appropriate game with a friend for an hour; play an educational game; compare prices and return policies for a game at three different stores; and install a game system while supervised by an adult.
Cub Scouts offering awards for video game-related deeds [GamePro]