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Survey: More Millennials Pay For Video Game Services Than Television


Reuters reports a new survey published Monday says more millennials in the U.S. currently subscribe to a video game service and not to a paid television service. The survey from Deloitte says about 53% of people born between 1983 and 1996 now pay for gaming services, while 51% pay for television. In Deloitte’s survey last year, paid subscriptions among millennials were at 44% for video games and 52% for television.

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