Sports app fans use these apps more than twice as much as the average app user.
More than eight in 10 Hispanic females said keeping in touch with family/friends was an important reason for using the site.
In 2012, the “other” video game category grew to $7.7 billion, up from $5.4 billion in 2009.
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.
This infographic by Rebel Entertainment shows how social games left their mark in 2012.
This infographic by game developer Zynga shares some fascinating facts about its FarmVille 2 game.
US audiences for mobile games are growing rapidly, while audiences for social and online casual gaming are expected to grow more modestly.
On average, tablet gamers downloaded 22 games over the past year, according to a study of US internet users conducted by Frank N. Magid Associates for gaming company PlayFirst.
More than a third of tablet users in New York played games on their tablets (33.7%) every day, compared to less than a tenth in Japan (9.1%).