Wow dating infographic

Posted by / 04-Apr-2015 22:16

Wow dating infographic

Wow, did anyone advance past 6th grade spelling and grammar?

People spend more time gaming than on a dating website, and according to a survey on Wo W players – 74.7% are dating someone else who plays the game.

Online informal education site, Online University, put together a crafty infographic which makes the case that "online gamers get girls." The raw numbers point to the fact that online gaming is simply a bigger pool of individuals: While online dating site E-Harmony has around 1 million members, the most populated multiplayer gaming site, World of Warcraft (Wo W) has 12 million.

Though Wo W and other gaming sites aren't designed specifically for making love connections, players have used them that way naturally.

While MMO's are a natural social setting for online dating, at LFG we put gaming on the backburner (we all play) so you can focus on what's most important: finding love.

While our motto is "for the love of the gamer", it could have just as easily been "dating first, gaming second".

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The main appeal of the series is the possibility for players to transform into many different creatures, so called races, yet most choose to be human.

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