Intel, one of the main drivers of the gaming market in our country, you have developed a study with the market research company GfK to define what is the ” profile of the Spanish gamer ” Ours is an industry in constant change: what one day is a trend the next day can be completely forgotten and vice versa, and the customs and entertainment media evolve and the players with them. That is why this kind of studies about the profiles of the players is so interesting. But let’s not entertain. There we launched the data: Spanish players prefer the PC, with 38% of respondents.
This information will obviously have to speak, because if anything, this industry is passion without reservations and polarization of the public. However, we provide the information indicating that “the average gamer plays on different platforms”, which means that what we like to diversify, maybe to look for the best of each house, but it seems that we stop more on the PC: 40% of respondents indicate that this is the platform they spend the most time on a week.
In another order of things, the ” profile of the Spanish gamer is still mainly male, although every time the difference is less stressed (20%) ” we play between three and four days a week, the average age is between 25 and 34, we are workers or university students. Interesting data, of course, that show that the player was still a player and that the media effectively points to gender parity. Following the conclusions of the study, we discovered that we consume more YouTube (32%) than Facebook (28%), and more Facebook than Instagram (17%), and a third of the players do not follow any influencer.
<Here you have an image that speaks for itself, and that defines a prototypical concept of what a PC should be, to a large extent, proliferates thanks to the influence of marketing in the work of streamers and sports professionals. popular After all, "almost all respondents know what they are and recognize that they are an average of two or three times a week. & Quot; In short, we want what we see.
Going back to the identity of the “Spanish gamer”, the study of Intel and GfK defends that is the stereotype that we are “antisocial geeks locked in our basement” in fact, we prefer to play with friends , and not just competitively.We look for the social aspect of videogames, and that’s why we like to watch games so much. Besides playing, we also dedicate our leisure time to many other activities, such as traveling (58%), playing sports (46%), reading (44%) or watching TV shows and movies (62%) Now it’s up to you and you: do you think the “profile of the Spanish gamer” does it represent you? there any data that have surprised you?