This research study precisely investigates the effect of parent-child relationship (PCR) on children’s internet game fascination (IGF), children school connectedness (SC) and deviant peer affiliation (DPA). Questionnaires were distributed amid 11-15 years children’s in six different schools of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK), Pakistan and their views had been taken. The findings of the study reveal that there exists significant negative relationship amid parent-child relationship, IGF and DPA whereas; parent-child relationship has found significant positive predictor of school connectedness. Moreover, school connectedness has significant negative relationship IGF and DPA. Research study also analyzes the mediating effect of variables and found school connectedness and DPA partially mediates the relationship amid parent-child relationship and IGF. Recommendations and future research area is also incorporated in the study. Keywords: PCR, IGF, SC, DPA, SEM.