Anyone knows what kind of website content or changes are required to get approved for Adsense?

My website http://fortnitegunstatistics.com is getting rejected for Adsense application from quite a while saying "valuable inventory: no content"

I have added few descriptions on the homepage and other pages but still am getting rejected. What are the general guidelines that have to be followed in-order to get Adsense approved?

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  • You'll have to add more content for all the pages in order to get it approved. Your current website contains information which a person who is already into the game can understand. Unless you can get content written for all those pages which are meaningful, your chances of getting approved are highly unlikely. – idk Feb 11 at 9:37
  • Duplicate question: Valuable Inventory: No content – Stephen Ostermiller Feb 11 at 11:48
  • Stephen, this website requires the solution as I stated above. I checked your duplicate question, but that answer will not fix this person's problem. If there is a better way, you can edit the question, I can answer for it with screenshots. – idk Feb 11 at 11:56
  • I think i could probably add a paragraph or so to each page. Do you think this would be enough? – Gruvintude97 Feb 12 at 0:11
  • Stop doing it if you are just looking to get it approved for Adsense. Under each category, give a brief description of one or two paragraphs with the right keywords. This will not only help you getting approved for Adsense but also help you deliver more value to your audience which indirectly benefits you in lot of ways. – idk Feb 12 at 12:46