I don't do well with it in sports. I'm competitive and hold myself to a high athletic standard, and I get extremely frustrated with myself if I don't perform at a level I find acceptable.
Video games frustrate me to, depending on the game. I mostly play sports video games like Madden (American Football) or NHL (Hockey), so the competitiveness transfers to the game world. It ESPECIALLY pisses me off when I play a talented gamer who just beats the hell out of me with their thumbs, and I know I would ANNIHILATE them if we were actually on a field, court, rink, etc. Plus in terms of football/Madden, I play a very smart and conventionally wise game, i. e. I run the ball, I don't throw deep passes every single play, I punt on 4th down, play for field position, etc. It drives me NUTS to play someone who just tries to throw a long touchdown pass every single play and plays what I call "video game football", I want to play a real life simulation. So playing online can frustrate me when I play some kid going for the home run every time, especially if they win. Usually I use their stupidity to my advantage and beat them by playing smart, but some of these guys are just good with the joystick, and the players move in a way they couldn't in reality, and I HATE it. Definitely broken a lot of controllers and dented some walls😂
But then a shooter game, I know I'm terrible, and I never get better even with practice. Just not for me. So when I used to play Call Of Duty I would get LIT UP by some 14 year old kid whose voice hasn't changed yet and he's talking shit at me, a 32 year old man, hahaha. That frustrates me, but I'm beaten down and broken on those games, I've given up expecting to be good, it's been happening since I was a freshman in college playing GoldenEye on N64🙄 I wouldn't last a minute in real life combat if these games are any indication⚰
Board games, whatever. I never play them much, and those are for fun if I am, I don't get competitive with those.