Hey, a living's a living ... we guess. The survey went on to find that, of the 3,000 players surveyed, casual tournament players spend a lot of time on their hobby-turned-second-job: 67 percent spend for three or more hours a week competing. What's more ... concerning is that 39 percent of casual game tournament players eat up six hours a week competing.
Casual game tournament players are unsurprisingly 66 percent female, and the majority of which are based in the Northeast region of the U.S, the most densely-populated part of the country. Of course, most casual game tournament players are middle-aged (as in on the spectrum), with 44 percent being between ages 35 and 54. These findings leave us wondering: if folks in their 30s and older spend their winnings on necessities, what are their day jobs?
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