Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) September 30, 2013
One dating site is proving that not all gamers are created equal—in fact, your Call of Duty teammate may actually be a multi-millionaire "IRL." SeekingArrangement.com surveyed 13,728 wealthy men ($100,000 min. annual income) to disprove the assumed negative correlation between the hours spent gaming and the likelihood of success.
To the website’s surprise, over 54 percent of the surveyed men (7,413 men) admit that they still play video games at least once a week. Furthermore, 41 percent said they preferred the XBOX 360 compared to all other consoles.
Here are the results of this survey:
Wealthy Men and Video Games (According to 13,728 Total Responses)
1.) Do Play Video Games: 54 Percent (7,413 Men)
2.) Do Not Play Video Games: 46 Percent (6,315 Men)
Annual Salary vs. Hours Played (According to 7,413 Men Who Game)
1.) $100,000-$200,000 (1,354 Members) - 5.2 Hours Per Week
2.) $200,000-$300,000 (3,081 Members) - 6.7 Hours Per Week
3.) $300,000-$400,000 - (2,027 Members) 10.3 Hours Per Week
4.) $400,000-$500,000 (312 Members) - 2.2 Hours Per Week
5.) $500,000+ (639 Members) - 0.8 Hours Per Week
Wealthy Mens’ Favorite Console (According to 7,413 Men Who Game)
1.) X-Box 360 - 41% (3,039)
2.) Playstation 3 - 26% (1,928)
3.) PC - 25% (1,853)
4.) Nintendo Wii - 8% (593)
The site’s founder and MIT graduate, Brandon Wade, believes that these results bring a whole new meaning to the phrase, “work hard, play hard.”
“Many assume that time spent gaming is a detriment to success, which is completely false. Our survey indicates that gaming is an outlet, not distraction, in a wealthy man’s life,” says Brandon Wade, Founder and CEO of SeekingArrangement.com. “The difference between a successful man and an unsuccessful gamer is moderation. Whether it be regularly dating or regularly gaming, the key to enjoying any outlet is moderation."
For information regarding this study, or to schedule an interview, please contact Leroy Velasquez at (702) 635-2440 or via e-mail Leroy(at)InfoStreamGroup(dot)com.
SeekingArrangement.com is the world’s largest mutually-beneficial dating website with over 2 million members. Founded in 2007 by MIT graduate, Brandon Wade, the site has been featured in such outlets as the New York Times, CNN, Good Morning America, and ABC 20/20. Wade is a leading dating expert, author, and internet entrepreneur who also founded a number of successful niche-dating websites: the number one travel-dating site, MissTravel.com, the world’s only online dating-auction, WhatsYourPrice.com, and the premiere millionaire dating site, SeekingMillionaire.com.