Share of children who play digital games in Norway 2017, by age and gender

This statistic displays the results of a survey conducted in 2017 on the share of children playing digital games in Norway, by age and gender. The analysis shows that game playing was more popular amongst boys than girls with percentage over 90 percent for all age groups. In contrast, the age group at which game playing was most common for girls was nine years, according to 93 percent. This percentage decreased with age to 42 percent for 18 years.

Share of children who play digital games in Norway in 2017, by age and gender

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Release date

September 2018



Survey time period

October to November 2017

Number of respondents

4,805 respondents

Age group

9-18 years

Method of interview

Online survey

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