Study finds growing number of gamers in the U.S.

As students wrap up the school year, some could be looking to video games for entertainment, stimulation and social connection. The According to the Entertainment Software Association, 190.6 million people play video games for at least one hour per week in the U.S., and it's not just kids. In 2004, the average video game player was 29 years old. KTVU's Greg Lee discusses the latest numbers with Aubrey Quinn, ESA's Senior Vice President of Communications and Public Affairs.

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