Publishing: Astounding Gaming Stats Revealed

If you’re a gamer yourself, or a gaming widow/orphan/parent, you’ll already be acutely aware of the amount of time and money games can sap from life. But, as recent research has shown, it’s not necessarily all bad.

According to statistics, laparoscopic surgeons who played video games for more than three hours per week made 32 percent fewer errors than those who didn’t. Gaming has also been linked to a reduction in dementia risk, pain relief, overcoming dyslexia and even making us more motivated in real life too. If you’re an anti-gamer, this probably isn’t what you wanted to hear, but the fact remains that love it or hates it, gaming is here to stay.

Things sure have come a long way since the 8-bit entertainment of the ’80s, and today video games are a multibillion-dollar industry. In fact, the largest gaming company today is tipped to become the world’s biggest company by 2025. That’s right, even bigger than Apple!

Here we’ll reveal some of the most astounding statistics about gaming in the 21st century, from who’s playing to how old they are and even how much they pay (or earn) through their gaming lifestyle. Shake off your preconceptions about gaming and let’s see what the truth is about this much-loved pastime worldwide.

Check this Infographic made by Filmora team and share your opinions with us!




7 thoughts on “Publishing: Astounding Gaming Stats Revealed

  1. Mmmmmmm, delicious, delicious graphs! From a maths standpoint this was very enjoyable. Also very interesting from a gaming standpoint. It’s great to see that stats showing that there’s such a large proportion of female gamers. Also the fact that I fall into the largest bracket for “age” is somewhat validating.

    The most interesting though is the platforms. PC and console declining ever so slightly over time as the mobile market grows. The projections suggest that this will continue, but extrapolation can’t be completely accurate. A good post all around!

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  2. Interesting statistics but I am intrigued by how the revenue per country would change if the population was taken into account. Also I would be interested in seeing their estimated intervals where the extrapolation is mentioned.

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      1. Oh I know I was just meaning it would be interesting if they compared that way. I wasn’t expecting you to have answers, sorry for the confusion. When I get the time I’m going to have a look into the sources and see if I can ask the authors some questions as it is really interesting.

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