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05/11/2010 Study: Americans spent $ 25,3 billion at the Games in 2009
American consumers of these new-fangled video games seems to have spent $ 25.3 billion on them in 2009, in accordance with Today Gamers 's Review by Newzoo and TNS. If this study seems vaguely familiar, it 's probably because such a report, released on massively multiplayer games in a couple months ago, which found that Americans spent $ 3.8 billion at the IMO in 2009. Typically, the data we see comes from retailers But the study was conducted using 13,000 respondents between the ages of 8 and above who were "are carefully selected to represent each country, 's demographic profile."

As VentureBeat noted that the figures in the report Newzoo very different from the NPD with 'report on sale in 2009 - Approximately $ 5 billion. In contrast to the NPD, in a study Newzoo also reports data on the number of European countries. Free CV [PDF Link ] The report is available on GamesIndustry.com, and a full report will cost⁈ 299 ($ 384). We would like to know how much American consumers spend on research reports in 2009 ...

[Via VentureBeat ]

JoystiqStudy: Americans spent $ 25,3 billion at the Games in 2009 originally appeared on Joystiq Mon, 10 May 2010 22:30:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds .

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