40% of US gamers are women, ESA study shows

By Mike, Thursday, 17 July 2008 10:05 GMT

Newly launched Edge-Online is reporting that an ESA study has shown that 40 percent of gamers in the US are female.

In addition, 94 percent of parents questioned by the survey said they are present when their kids buy games, and that 64 percent of them feel that videogaming has a positive effect on their children’s lives.

Go parents of America!

Full thing here.

By Mike Bowden

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