If you're reading this and have any interest in electronic entertainment, chances are you might be aware of these names: Atari, Nintendo, Sega Genesis, Super Nintendo, Xbox, Nintendo Wii. These are among the main recognizable video gaming consoles that have come out throughout history, and depending on who you are, you might have personally owned any one (or several) of these, or maybe bought one or more for your children or relatives. This notion feeds the general conception that video games are mainly for young kids, and especially young boys - but in reality, the audience for video games has over time crossed over to not only the female population but also the older population up to senior age! This infographic, Gaming With Granny, explores this reality, showing the facts proving that video games aren't just for young males anymore and are in fact becoming extremely popular among the retirement population and older.
This infographic was produced by Assisted Living Today, ALT, the leader in finding top assisted living facilities throughout the U.S.