First I've heard of it but if true it's a step in the right direction. Competitiveness is natural to that age group, let them play and experience winning but more importantly losing. GoGames is a fantastic initiative but I think U12 is a bit too old to ask kids to play non competitively.
Kids are inherently competitive and that should never be stymied, but its the behaviour of parents and coaches are the worry.
With Go games coaches are more inclined to give the weaker lads a run out as it doesn't matter in terms of who scored what plus parents especially of the stronger kids are more inclined to see past their wee Jonny not getting to do everything in pursuit of a "victory".
Remove that and there's now pressure on coaches and d**khead parents putting pressure on their kids to chase a bit of tin at the end of the year.
Wee Jonny should have taken that free you know.