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Submitted by SteveQuinn 603d ago | article

Social Gaming Provides Developmental Benefit: What Can You Learn From Playing?

Gamers might be stereotyped as teenagers playing in front of the TV or computer but technological developments are changing the demographics drastically. Young children utilizing educational resources, business professionals participating training programs, adults playing on the computer and even the elderly enjoying online bingo are all gamers, too. (Culture, Industry, Mobile)

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