Games far from being a man's world

02/20/2007 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

Women are outplaying their younger male counterparts on video games, with women over the age of 18 making up 30% of the game-playing population, vs. 23% for boys 17 or younger, according to the Entertainment Software Association. What's more, women 25 and older last year purchased the majority of games sold for mobile phones, market researcher Telephia reports.

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