Who Is The Average Xbox Player?

An internal document leaking.

Windows Central has managed to get somehow a hold of internal Microsoft documents, which detailed a survey result based on two thousand players from the United States.

58% of them are male, 42% of them are female. Most of them are between the age of 25 and 34 (28%), followed by 35-44 (24%), 18-24 (18%), 45-54 (15%), 13-17 (10%), and 55-65 (6%), respectively. 45% of them live with a spouse while 23% of them live with their parents. 21%-21% of them have an annual income between 50K and 75K dollars or 75K-100K dollars.

The results included their social behavior as well. 53% of them fell under the Socializing category: they are spending 17 hours per week on Xbox Live and have four times as many friends as the average user. 49% of them are in the Exploring category: playing 15 games per year. 31% of them are in the Achievement group: twice as high Gamerscore than the others, have spent 37 months on Xbox Live, playing about 14 hours a week in multiplayer.

We’d like to read something similar on Sony’s side, too.

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