Cruz Beckham has been bragging that he's teaching his older brother Romeo how to play video game ' Fortnite: Battle Royale'.
The super-popular third person console shooter is played by the likes of Drake, Joe Jonas and Chance the Rapper and now David and Victoria Beckham's young sons are joining the craze.
However, it seems that 13-year-old Cruz has got to grips with the online combat title quicker than 15-year-old Romeo.
Sharing a photo of the pair using the multi-player screens on Instagram, Cruz captioned the post: "Teaching @romeobeckham how to play @fortnite [sic]"
The siblings - who also have six-year-old sister Harper and 19-year-old brother Brooklyn - will be pleased to hear that 'Fortnite' is to host a star-studded Party Royale after plenty of celebrity interest in the game.
Epic Games have confirmed they will host the event at E3 - also known as Electronic Entertainment Expo - in Los Angeles in June with 50 celebs taking on 50 pro gamers at the co-op sandbox survival title.
In a post on their official site, Epic wrote: "Join us this E3 for the ultimate Fortnite Party Royale, pairing some of the world's greatest athletes and entertainers with top Fortnite Battle Royale players from across the globe. Teams will clash in the premier Fortnite Celebrity Pro-Am in Los Angeles during E3. One team will rise to the top for ultimate bragging rights. Who will claim Victory Royale?
"We'll soon begin building the teams, so stay tuned for more information on the event."
This comes after Drake played 'Fortnite' with streamer Ninja on Twitch and they broke a record for the number of streams.
At one point there were more than 628,000 concurrent streams on the go, smashing the previous record of 388,000 viewers.
Kate Jhaveri, senior vice-president of marketing at Twitch, said: "Ninja and Drake's Fortnite livestream on Twitch attracted 628K concurrent viewers, setting a new milestone in terms of peak concurrent viewers on an individual's channel.
"Seeing a top gamer and musician come together on Twitch and unite their large and passionate communities is a cultural moment in terms of building awareness around the appeal of social video and it's only going to grow from here."