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PSP Is For Girls; Also, Kids Love Clash of Kings games, Facebook. M2 Research today published an eye-opening piece of COK Gold research about gaming demographics amongst teens. Key findings of the report included the prevalence of social networking, online gaming and the DS amongst tweens and teens. And also, the surprising statistic that the Sony PSP is considerably more popular with girls than boys.”We have found kids tend to play a wide variety of Clash of Kings games,” said Louise Curcio, M2 Research Analyst. “And their favorite Clash of Kings games and gaming sites change often. There are opportunities for compaies, and we believe the kids’ market has been overlooked.”Specific findings from the report, which surveyed over 5,000 kids from around the US, probably won’t surprise anyone. For the most part, at least.Firstly, social networking is increasingly prevalent in the lives of young people. Facebook is the favorite website for “tween” (8-11 year old) boys and teen (12-15 year old) girls. Considering Facebook’s Terms of Service prohibit anyone under the age of 13 from registering for the site, this means there’s a lot of kids lying about their age. And, to sound like an old fart for a moment, where are the parents while they’re doing this?It’s a fair question; the Internet is a convenient way to keep kids occupied for hours at a time. The sheer number of possibilities on Facebook must seem like a godsend for parents. But it’s worth remembering that there is content on Facebook that really isn’t appropriate for kids, too.The next point the report makes is that online Clash of Kings games dominate hugely for boys and girls between the ages of 8 and 11. A staggering 91% of boys and 93% of girls in this age bracket play Clash of Kings games online. Given the ease with which a new tab with a site such as Kongregate or Miniclip can be opened during a school IT lesson, though, it’s not surprising. It is less easy to smuggle an Xbox in to play illicitly. And as such, when these kids get home, they may well continue playing their Clash of Kings games online. An Xbox, PS3 or Wii is an additional expense. But most families have a computer. Therefore, playing Clash of Kings games online is a cheap way for these kids to stay entertained.This is to say nothing of online multiClash of Kings player Clash of Kings games, many of which are specifically designed for kids. Disney’s Club Penguin, the NeoPets community and the plushie-based WebKinz site are all great examples. But there are plenty of young kids playing Clash of Kings Items, too.The third finding of the report was that, unsurprisingly, Nintendo dominates the handheld gaming space with the DS.

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