Thursday, December 10, 2009

Games played 82 percent of children

NPD Group, an organization that explores the latest research results published by the called Kids and Gaming 2009 and which indicates that 82% of children aged 2 to 17 years in the United States classify themselves as players of computer games. However, in the older part of the range, among the female population results indicate a reduction in time spent playing games compared to last year. The figures indicate that a total of 55.7 million U.S. children, players, and from these figures is 9.7 million between the ages of two to five years, while 12.4 million of these players aged between nine and eleven years. The range of players from 10 to 12 spend the most time playing games per week - 10.6 hours.

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