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Whats the average age of WoW players on this board

#11PenguinLord2324Posted 2/12/2013 2:15:10 PM
Probably somewhere between 1-100
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#12AceronPosted 2/12/2013 4:24:49 PM
Whatever it is, I'm not it. How about that? :)
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#13thelastmohiganPosted 2/12/2013 4:29:23 PM
I am confused. Do you expect someone on here to know the age of every member and calculate the average for you?
#14BMac89Posted 2/12/2013 4:32:38 PM
this site seems to have all ages, i know quite a few ppl on here in 30s even 40s. Obviously the majority is teens and young adults 13-25ish.
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#15HakPosted 2/13/2013 3:26:00 AM
Apparently the average age of gamers these days is around 34 - the generation that grew up with Commodore 64s, Amigas, Atari STs, aged while still holding onto their toys, while also getting parents involved, and bringing their kids up with electronic toys being a normal thing. Going by the average posts on this particular board, I'd probably guess that the average age is a fair amount younger than that, possibly by around a decade. Also, I'm inclined to think that less "older" gamers post on message boards - they're too busy actually playing the games.

I'm staring down the road to 40, my stepdad is 48, and my nephew is 4. We spend regular weekends playing games together (Forza Horizon being the current favourite), and even though my nephew isn't particularly competitive (or really standing much chance to win unless we purposefully just stop), it makes him feel awesome that he can game with adults.
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#16Right_Chus_1Posted 2/13/2013 5:24:40 AM
From my experience, most people associated with this game are from like mid highschool to college. Everyone i talk to is "studying" something. When Blizzard tries to do anything during finals week and such the community go's crazy. So im going to assume on average the majority are of college age.
#17soupcan101Posted 2/13/2013 6:56:43 AM
I just turned 82 last November. I've been laying bricks now for over 60 years. Began working on the old student union in '49. I can still whip all you whippersnappers with my goblin warrior any day. Umm biscuits
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