If I were to be a parent. I'd give only one hour for the gaming and one hour for TV at the most. And more outside and the social time is to be considered there. So that's what I'd consider for proper social media time to the kids.
My daughter is now 5, I used to play video games from the time I got home from work until early hours of the morning before she was born.
She goes to bed around 7pm and has a bash on Disneyland Adventures and the wife is at work from 5pm until 10pm so I now get maybe 2-3 hours gaming a night when the footie is not on or catching up with TV programs.
I am planning to marry soon and I must confess that it is not easy thinking of how I can manage it with gaming. However, as a guy, I hope my wife will understand how much I love gaming and won't feel bad when I play for so long. Gaming keeps my mind active and strong for daily life activities.
I think marriage and the kids change the people. And they tend to reduce on the gaming. And in turn they also try to moderate how much time kids spend on the gaming and the computer. So one has to be practicing that with some sort of the self awareness.