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Video Games and Democracy

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Jon Hoffman

on 3 November 2016

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Transcript of Video Games and Democracy

Worldwide revenue in 2012: $67 billion
Forecast: $82 Billion by 2017
Magazine industry: $80 billion
TV: $150 billion


Industry
Culture
Politics
Start
Why Study Video Games?
64% of
mobile
phone users play games daily
More than news, social media, or texting
Angry Birds: 500,000,000 users (Nov 2011)
As Platforms
Mass Effect
Trending qualities:
Radical customization
Achievements
Casual gaming
Social
Gaming and Politics
Video Games and Democracy
The Video Game Industry
Cultural Impact
Industry
Culture
Politics
How does gaming impact your life?
Do you game as an alternate persona?
Bush shoe throw
http://www.sockandawe.com/
http://www.thoughtsandprayersthegame.com/
Medal of Honor
Play as Taliban

Social Commentary
Alice and Kev
Goal
Lulzsec vs Anonymous
How much do you spend on TV vs Magazines vs Games each month?
Which made more money?
$1.2 billion
$1+ billion
in 3 days
$175 million opening weekend
$2 billion May 2014
Fastest entertainment property to reach $1 b
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