A study indicates that the average gamer spends approximately $ 58 thousand on games throughout his life

A study indicates that the average gamer spends approximately $ 58 thousand on games throughout his life

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There have been many studies related to the game industry and players alike, and they included most of the aspects related to it, and the most recent studies stated that the average player spends approximately 58 thousand US dollars on games throughout his life!

All Home Connections surveyed 1,000 US gamers to find out how much money they spend each month given their age. They were also asked how much they spend on gaming compared to travel and fitness, but the last question was not published, either because it was boring or because no one cares about travel or fitness two years after the outbreak of the Corona pandemic.

Survey results revealed that the average gamer, who is not addicted, spends roughly $76 per month on gaming or about $58,000 over the course of his or her entire life. But interestingly, players from Generation 2000 or Generation “Z” were more than all other players in terms of spending, with approximately $86 per month and $66,000 for their lifetime.

Of course, this is logical, because millennials are currently making more money compared to previous generations and have grown up in a world where gaming was already a multi-billion dollar industry. The generation that preceded the millennium generation spends relatively less since its inception at the beginning of gaming, but what about the Arab market, specifically the Gulf and Saudi Arabia In particular?

We expect that the amount of Arab spending on games will be somewhat similar to this statistic and the results of the study. When we say that the average spending of Arab players is 58 thousand dollars, it is equal to approximately 210 thousand Saudi riyals or AED. But we will wait for a similar study to give us the exact numbers.

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