Video game stats
67% of US households play video games.
The average gamer plays an average of 8 hours a week playing video games
Video games do not cause violence, actually they decrease violence when a "Violent" game is released. One of the top selling video game franchises is Call of Duty, which is a first person shooter game.
Video games can improve sight and decrease decision making time because they can be fast paced.
Average annual spending on a video game per household of the US is $ 44.25
Total money spent on console games in the US is $8.4 billion.
The average time spent playing video games in the US is 23.2 minutes.
48% of gamers are girls and that number appears to be rising.
72% of people playing games are 18 and older.