One in five Canadians play games naked, says Microsoft

By Mike, Monday, 30 June 2008 20:57 GMT

DigitalHome writes that Microsoft recently commissioned a poll exploring Canadians’ gaming habits asking whether they gamed “in public; at work; in the bathroom; in the bedroom, or in the nude.”

The results reveal that 17 percent of men – that’s roughly one in five, people – played computer games totally starkers whilst unfortunately only 9 percent of women followed suit, or not as the case may be.

All the other results through the link.

By Mike Bowden

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