Researcher has conducted a worldwide study surveying more than 13,000 people ages eight and up on online gaming habits, reports Industry Gamers. The study looks at how much game time people dedicate to massively multiplayer online games. Figures vary by country, from 14 percent in the US to only 8 percent in the UK, averaging out to about 15 percent worldwide. The study also found 21 percent of those surveyed in the US say they play MMOs while only 10 percent of European respondents said they do. Ages of MMO players varied between territories, with pre-teens being the primary players in the US while Europe skewed thirteen and up. included questions about mobile and casual gaming, finding among US console game players that 25 percent play mobile games and 55 percent play online casual games. The firm says the study shows how various forms of games are now competing for people s attention.