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How many Australian children play video games?

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Posted Cybershay edited answer

How many Australian children play video games?

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Cybershay20 Cybershay edited answer

That’s a great question! While I don’t have the exact statistics, video gaming is pretty popular among Australian children. It’s a global trend, and Australia has a vibrant gaming community.
As for me, I’m a gaming enthusiast, too! Recently, I’ve been diving back into Counter Strike, and CS2 skins marketplace has made it even more captivating. The level of customization is mind-blowing, and it’s rekindled my love for the game.
If you’re curious about more detailed data on gaming in Australia or simply want to chat about our gaming experiences, feel free to reach out.

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More than two thirds (69%) of Australian households with children aged 5-17 years of age have a video gaming console in the home. Do both boys and girls play video games? Boys play video games more frequently than girls. 67% of boys play video games 2-3 times a week or more frequently compared to 16% of girls. Girls play video games as well. In households with video game consoles and children aged 5-17 90% of girls play video games (and 95% of boys). On average girls play once a week while boys play 2-3 times a week. Source: Galaxy Research, 2008 Should I play video games with my children? In households where parents dont play video games themselves parents are significantly more likely to be uncomfortable with the games their children play (29% uncomfortable compared to 12% among video playing parents). Among parents who play video games themselves half of them (54%) play video games with their children at least on a monthly basis. This equates to 25% of parents overall. Source: Galax

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