Popcap: Cheaters in Social Games Are Likely Cheaters in Real-Life
Posted on Wednesday, January 11 @ 10:17:36 PST by Nicholas Tan
Popcop contacted a survey of more than 1,200 adult consumers and found that 48% of cheaters in social video games admit to cheating in real-life, versus 14% of social game non-cheaters who admit to cheating in real-life.
Out of 118 million people who play social games regularly in the U.S. and U.K., 11% of people in the U.K. cheat and 7% of U.S. players cheat. (We win! I think...) Men are also willing to cheat more than women (54% to 46%). 72% of cheaters are also younger than 40. So if you're a British brat, we hate you.
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