18-45 year-old women account for 28% of US games revenue

By Patrick Garratt, Friday, 3 October 2008 07:14 GMT

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IBISWorld data has shown that 18-45 year-old women account for 28 percent of American games sales, compared to the 37 percent of the same male age group.

The research has also concluded that 38 percent of all US gamers are female, up from 33 percent in five years.

More in this Reuters piece.

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