All Home Connections recently surveyed 1,000 American gamers to find out their spending habits. Some of the information they gathered focused on how much each person spent on video games monthly as well as people’s age. Needless to say, the findings were incredibly interesting.
The average American gamer spends about $76 a month on video games, meaning American gamers will spend about $58,000 on gaming over their lifetime. At $86/month, Millennials spent the most on video games.
To add insult to injury, All Home Connections also told us how much money we would save if we didn’t spend it on gaming. Gen Z would walk away with an extra $285,000 by age 65 (assuming a 6% annual return). Gen X could have saved $221,000 while Boomers would get an extra $185,000. Millennials would save an extra $307,000 if they didn’t spend money on video games and instead invested it.
(All information was provided by TheGamer)
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