Women and mobile devices are challenging old gaming stereotypesAccording to a report released this week by the Entertainment Software Association, 45% of the entire game-playing population are women and they make up 46% of the most frequent video-game buyers.

Smashing stereotypes. We love it.

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    Damn straight. Industry: wisen up.
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