Teen and Tween Gaming - US - June 2017

Teen and Tween Gaming - US - June 2017

“An overwhelming majority of teens and tweens aged 10-17 have played video games in the last three months. A majority of them are not beholden to any one gaming device or genre of video game. While girls are significantly more likely to enjoy games typically found on mobile devices, boys tend to be engaged in aspects of gaming that require more of an investment. Perceptions of gaming popularity and socialization tend to decrease with age, and younger teen boys appear to be the most dedicated to gaming.”

- John Poelking, Leisure Analyst

This Report discusses the following key topics:

New generation of consoles lack spark
Saving may be a priority for teens 
Interest cools with age

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