Significantly more polled US households report using PCs for games than smartphones or wireless devices.
DualShockers pulled this interesting comparison out of the ESA’s Essential Facts about the Computer and Video Game Industry 2013.
According to the ESA’s data, 68% of gaming happens on consoles; 63% on PC; 43% on smartphones; 37% on handheld consoles; and 30% on wireless devices, which presumably includes tablets.
Although adding smartphones and wireless devices together produces the largest category, it’s interesting to note that the PC, a multi-function device, is so close behind dedicated games consoles.
What makes this particularly timely is that VentureBeat declared the PC dead again last week following a drop in global shipments.
If you’d like to mine the report for more statistics yourself, it is freely available as a PDF.
Thanks, games.on.net, Lengendaryboss.