This infographic by GDreamers illustrates some facts and figures about Americans who play video games.
Of the 20 million mobile gamers in the UK, almost half were female.
One is as likely to find UK women playing casual games on mobile devices, an activity that has long been considered a predominantly male pastime.
More than three-quarters of time US internet users spent with such content was on mobile, with desktop claiming just 22%.
170 million Americans play videogames, and 60% of those gamers spend money doing so, resulting in an estimated $20.5 billion in spending by the end of this year.
Seven in 10 gamers over 50 used a PC to play, while four in 10 used a phone or other mobile device.
Three-quarters of tablet users will play games regularly on such a device.
In 2012, the “other” video game category grew to $7.7 billion, up from $5.4 billion in 2009.
More than one-quarter of US web users reported having purchased through an app store a game that could be played via any device.
More than half of adult US gamers played more than three Facebook games per week, and just fewer than half played at least that many mobile games.