Divide the players between ” casual ” and ” hardcore ” (or similar appellations) is an old-fashioned concept that no longer corresponds to the reality of the industry. It does not matter how much you play but how. Newzoo, an analyst of games and games, has decided to dedicate the last year to what he has called Segmentation Gamer. It is a detailed description of current players and their habits that “covers all aspects of the relationship between the consumer and the games: play, watch and own.” This translates into eight archetypes of players who renew the original segmentations respecting other statistics such as age or living conditions.
As you can see, the “conventional player” ” what is worn before now seems to be the least common, with only 4% of the total and an average age of 32 years, while the most common, the ” hobbies “, has an average of 38 years. There are other interesting facts about the two groups: most of the ” hobbies ” They are between 51 and 65 years old, and there are fewer of them who live with children than the “conventional” ones. The latter listen to less music than the average player, and among the ” hobbies ” You travel more than the average. If you want to know where you fit, why do not you go through the survey Newzoo has created?