Nearly 126 million people in the US will play a game on their mobile phone at least once a month.
Over two-thirds of web users played video games, and of that group, 53% did so weekly on a smartphone, tablet or other mobile device.
57.8% of those playing online games were on single-player games.
Just fewer than seven out of 10 US residents had ever played video or computer games.
Women made up 45% of the gaming audience, and 68% of gamers were over the age of 18.
Double-digit mobile gaming growth rates will continue into 2015, when half of all US residents are expected to play games via their mobile phone at least once per month.
29% of core gamers indicated a willingness to buy a next-generation console soon after its release.
Almost eight in 10 core gamers indicated that they were much more likely to purchase a physical media game over a digital game.
Social games are reaching a level of maturity, and therefore the numbers for monthly unique users are falling.
SuperData pegged the digital games market at $960 million at the beginning of this year, up from $691 million in January 2012.