Survey quizzes people's attitudes towards children's gaming habits

Survey quizzes people's attitudes towards children's gaming

LONDON, 16 MARCH 2012 - Video games publication has launched an investigation into people's attitudes towards gaming and children. The survey, launched today, aims to provide better insight into people's thoughts and feelings about children's gaming habits, and how much the games industry caters for kids.

Open to anyone considered an adult in their country of residence, the survey takes just a few minutes to complete. You do not have to be a parent or even a gamer to participate, although you can be either or both.

The survey's results and subsequent analysis will be published on in due course.

To find out more about the survey, and to participate, please visit:

For more information, please contact BeefJack executive editor Lewis Denby -  

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