One of the meaning of glutton is "a person with great capacity for enduring or doing something" which is very close to an informal word in my native language which means eater e.g. we say he's a video game/driving/computer eater which means he does these activities a lot and often it implies that he's good at them, too. Can I use glutton to make this concept in English?
He's a glutton for videogames/driving/computers.
If not, any suggestions? (I did some search online but I frequently came across glutton for punishment that's why I thought it might be wrong to use glutton in this way)
Edit: Let me expand the scope to verbs and expressions. I'm looking for a way to express this concept in a concise and idiomatic fashion.